Ubisoft has outlined new details for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction. Offering more information about Extraction's gameplay systems, operator progression, post-launch support and more, they released a 5 minute overview trailer yesterday.
Advising Extraction's will appeal to existing Rainbow six fans and "those looking for a new PVE co-op game", we'll be joining the REACT Team with a squad of three operators, taking on an alien race called Archæans. As such, we'll be equipped with 65 weapons, 10 legacy tech from Rainbow Six Siege and 15 new REACT tech.
Rainbow Six Extraction Promises "Deep Gameplay Systems, Operator Progression" And More
Alongside that operator progression system, players can expect 4 adjustable difficulty levels, 12 evolving maps, 13 dynamic mission objectives, over 90 guns and gadgets, 4 US regions, maps "roughly three times" bigger than Siege's, alongside a "unique ranked mode." You can watch more below.
While Rainbow Six Siege: Extraction recently got delayed until January 2021 with Riders Republic, Ubisoft's upcoming shooter seems to be on-track once more. That'll launch for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Xbox One, PS4, Amazon Luna, Google Stadia, Windows PC, and Ubisoft+.