Rainbow Six Extraction will turn Siege's PvP formula into a co-op, alien-blasting tactical shooter, with some horrific nasties to slay, varied objectives, and the opportunity for your soldiers to be captured and encased in some scary looking goo.
Previously known as Quarantine and then Parasite, the game finally got a gameplay deep dive at Ubisoft's E3 conference, but has now been delayed until 2022.
Here's everything we know about the game.
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Deeper Look At Gameplay Systems - August 24
Ubisoft has revealed a new gameplay overview trailer focusing on, amongst other things, Operator progression.
Check it out below:
Rainbow Six Extraction Delayed - July 16
Release Date & Gameplay Deep Dive Revealed - June 12
Rainbow Six Extraction has opened the show for Ubisoft Forward and unveiled plenty of new details about the tactical co-op shooter. Firstly the game now has a release date. Rainbow Six: Extraction launches September 16.
Here's a look at some never before seen gameplay:
And also here's the cinematic trailer which is also pretty awesome!
What Is Rainbow Six: Extraction?
Rainbow Six Quarantine is the newest spin-off from the Rainbow Six franchise, and it appears that the game is a three-player co-operative horror survival game from what we know so far.
Players will need their wits about them as they battle against an alien parasite in a squad of three, completing objectives before heading to extraction.
Rainbow Six Extraction will arrive in January of 2022, having been delayed from its previous September release date.
Check out the original teaser trailer here:
Check out the first gameplay details:
So far, we know the following Operators will be part of the game:
Once an Operator is captured, players will need to rescue them to add them into their roster again.