Pulse is a reconnaissance executive for the defense team in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The ability to detect an enemy’s heartbeat can provide some essential information to allies about to be ambushed. Our guide will show you his weapons and gadgets, as well as detail everything you need to know about his heart sensor.
Pulse operator guide
He is a very flexible operator if used correctly. He can hold 1v 5 just by denying the bomb factory or he can give all the information he gathers from his Sensor to his teammates.
With his ability, it’s important for newer players to talk to their team as soon as they detect enemy activity.
His gun is the same as Castle’s. The main weapons are the M1014 semi-automatic shotgun and the UMP45 submachine gun. With Pulse, the fact that he leans towards the faster pistol since more aggressive players can take advantage of his abilities, but those who prefer to fight at a longer range can use submachine guns. effectively. His secondary weapons are similar to Castle’s: 5.7 USG and M45 Meusoc, and for Pulse, the choice depends on the primary weapon used.
M1014: M1014 is a semi-automatic Shotgun with a very high rate of fire. It can take down enemies easily at short and medium range. It won’t work on long-range tho.
- UMP 45: The UMP 45 is a relatively low rate of fire SMG. Guns deal 38 Damage with a rate of fire of 600 rounds per minute.
- 5.7USG: Pulse first Pistol is high ammo and low damage pistol.
- M45-MEUSOC: Another secondary he has a very high damage output but low magazine capacity
Gadgets of Pulse
In terms of what Pulse can use, he has Nitro Cell and barbed wire. Since he is a C4 user, this should be the preferred item of choice since it has more explosive effects.
- Barbed wire: He has two very effective tools but the barbed wire is definitely the worse choice in his case, as you can easily C4 ppl through floors.
- C4: As noted above, C4 is a very effective weapon for killing people through a destroyed floor.
His Heart Sensor HB-5 is a small tablet that displays pulsing red circles. Depending on their magnitude, the closer the enemy is, making him an asset needed to give quick reactions.
This is probably the easiest part of how to play this operator. What you want to do is go above an entry point / High Traffic Area if there is someone and if so, how many people. This is really helpful for the rest of your team, as they can react by swinging the wing / Keeping the corner against the Attacking Team.
Should I pick Pulse?
Pulse has a variety of strategies. He can either wander around with either of his guns or take a more defensive role by swiping around for heartbeat. This isn’t the safest of those that take the time to put the scanner away and retool your gun, but the information it provides is crucial for even more defensive screens. He is a good choice for those who want to be the team player, but lone wolves will not be able to relay information to their team.