Rainbow Six Quarantine is now known as Rainbow Six Extraction, and it's coming soon - very soon, in fact, with Ubisoft's PvE shooter launching on September 16th.
While PvP title Siege launched in 2015 and is only rolling out cross-progression in the coming months, there's good news for platform-hopping Operators looking to play on multiple devices.
Does Rainbow Six Extraction Have Cross-Progression and Cross-Save?
The good news is that you'll be able to pick up where you left off, whether you're playing on console, PC, or via Stadia in the cloud.
That means you're not tied to one platform, and can hop between several - although you would have to buy the game on multiple storefronts to take advantage of it.
Not only that, but you'll be able to team up across platforms, too. Find out which platforms you can enjoy crossplay on here.
As for Rainbow Six: Siege, cross-play is being rolled out in phases, and cross-progression is on the roadmap, too.
In 'Early 2022', players will be able to unify their progress in Siege, allowing them to pick up their roster of Operators between PC, Stadia, Amazon Luna, PlayStation and Xbox.