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.
Unlike Siege, the game is a co-op experience, and instead of Attackers vs Defenders, players step into the roles of their favourite Operators against a new alien threat - but what if you don't want to put together a team?
Does Rainbow Six Extraction Have Single Player?
While Siege's single-player content is limited to its 'Situations' and modes like Terrorist Hunt, Ubisoft is changing tact with Extraction.
The game may be built for three-player co-op, but it is playable solo in its entirety. That said, with many of the game's encounters presumably tuned for a party of three Operators, you may find yourself at a disadvantage in some of the game's tougher areas.
We also know that, as things stand, there's no online connectivity requirement - meaning you can play the game offline.
For more on Extraction, be sure to check out our guide to crossplay in the game.