Hey Guys. Welcome to the coreRoss channel. Today we are talking about the very first defender who can shoot through the windows on Plane in Rainbow Six Siege. This is all done with his brand new shotgun, the double barrel shotgun that fires slugs. But normally in Rainbow Six Siege the shotguns fire a spray of pellets whereas in this one the shotgun actually fires slugs. And it is basically a lot like Glaz’s sniper rifle. So this shotgun is called the BOSG. 12.2, and it’s pretty amazing. First of all it’s damage stat is just through the roof. So the in game damage stat is one hundred and twenty five damage. If we compare that to another shotgun, say Frost’s shotgun for instance the damage output is about thirty two. If we then go and compare it to Glaz’s sniper rifle, one of the most powerful guns in the game, it is eighty five. So this shotgun is insane! You can see from these initial tests that the sniper round and the shotgun round appear to be the same caliber. And overall, at first I thought it was just a straight copy, I though basically these shotguns are just Glaz’s sniper rifle. They seem to have very good penetration and be able to go through lots of surfaces and they keep on going. Seriously an impressive shotgun. Now Glaz can open up floor panels with three shots. Guess what? Vigil can come along and do exactly the same. He can fire three of those shotgun rounds into a floor panel and it will be destroyed. So, again, working very, very similar to Glaz’s sniper rifle. However while testing it I did find out some interesting things that are definitely different, and as I investigated more and more we will see how this plays out. For instance here we go, we’re actually shooting at the windows and making holes in the windows that can be shot through. You can see that the round doesn’t actually hit the wall on the other side. Which is curious. Even at shorter ranges the slug doesn’t seem to hit the surface on the other side which is very odd. If you have a look at Glaz’s sniper rifle here you can see those rounds are clearly going right through. So there is definitely a difference, it isn’t a carbon copy of Glaz’s sniper rifle, which I initially thought it was. And if we look at extreme range with the shotgun, and we fire at some windows. We take a couple of shots here from basically as far away as we can and I’m going to go back and redo this with Glaz as well. But if we just jump inside now and take a look at these windows you can see that the rounds did not penetrate. They hit the glass and they stopped. This is, really odd actually, because there is no way any defender is going to be this far away with this shotgun. So it’s kind of interesting that they have modeled in the reduction in penetration at that range. If we do the same with Glaz at the same range, then we run inside yet again, we can see that these penetrated no problem. Went right through the glass and went and hit the wall behind us as well. So really good penetration from Glaz’s sniper rifle. This shotgun is, sweet, and so far with these initial tests it’s pretty incredible, so for instance, on Plane you can go and as Vigil you can put a bunch of holes in the windows for your defenders to use. So they can actually spawn camp people outside from relative protection. Because you can get some really good angles through those windows. So after these initial tests, it’s really interesting to see how Vigil has some interesting aspects to him. And being the first defender that could actually make holes in the plane windows is definitely impressive. And the ability to basically make a bunch of holes for his teammates to shoot out and do some spawn camping I think, if you were going to take advantage of. But on other maps it would be interesting to see if there’s any way of using this shotgun to your advantage. But anyway guys, thank you very much for watching. And I’ll catch you next time.