The release date for Rainbow Six Extraction has been confirmed and some Gameplay. And also you won’t have to wait long to get your hands on the co-op spinoff to Rainbow Six Siege. Ubisoft debuted a cinematic trailer for the game, which featured several familiar Siege operators in a new alien-slaying context.
As well as the first look at one of the game’s tense co-op missions. This featured several of the game’s new alien archetypes. Also, here’s a look at the seven-minute gameplay clip.
Rainbow Six Extraction Release Date
Rainbow Six Extraction will finally launch on September 16 after a series of delays, according to Ubisoft’s E3 2021 Ubisoft Forward presentation. Extraction is the game’s new, less pandemic-sounding name.
Rainbow Six Extraction’s release date was revealed as part of Ubisoft’s Ubisoft Forward event. Ubisoft also confirmed that all systems will be able to play together via cross-play.
Gameplay of Rainbow Six Siege
It features the familiar Rainbow Six Siege gameplay. Players can form teams of up to three and choose from 18 different Operators.
Each will have its own set of tools and abilities. Those who own both Rainbow Six Siege and Extraction will get access to the 18 operators in Siege as well as some cosmetic bundles right away. There will be a total of 12 different maps.
In a video released this month, creative director Patrik Methé said: “We took the strong foundations of Rainbow Six. Siege and crafted a modern tactical co-op shooter where you’ll be facing an ever-evolving alien threat.”
Other Details about Rainbow Six Siege
Rainbow Six Extraction is primarily a co-op PvE experience, you will also be able to play solo if you prefer to face oblivion alone. Preventing you from playing as them until you can mount a successful rescue mission into the containment zone. Which you might want to do with some friends.
After completing a mission, players must choose between extracting their squad and collecting the net rewards earned. Venturing deeper into containment in search of even greater rewards.