Rainbow Six Quarantine gets officially renamed to Rainbow Six Extraction, news confirmed by developer and publisher Ubisoft today.
Rainbow Six Extraction is getting a proper re-unveiling during this year’s Ubisoft Forward, which is premiering on June 12th at 12 PM Pacific / 3 PM Eastern.
Rainbow Six Extraction was originally announced back in 2019 and set for a February 2021 release, only to get delayed into sometime between fiscal year 2021 and 2022. When it does release it’s set for Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.
Here’s a new trailer:
Here’s a new title reveal trailer:
Here’s a brief rundown on the game from our previous coverage:
Set several years into the future of the Rainbow Six Universe, Rainbow Six Extraction takes the tactical action that the series is known for and sets it against the backdrop of an entirely new co-op campaign. When a mutated alien parasite starts infecting human hosts, it’s up to the Operators of Team Rainbow to stop the deadly threat before time runs out.
Created by Ubisoft Montreal, and a dedicated new team comprised of developers from For Honor, Ghost Recon, and more, Rainbow Six Extraction aims to create a chaotic, intense, and unpredictable co-op, player-versus-enemy experience. Players will band together with two other teammates and storm into quarantine zones around the country in an effort to turn the tide for humanity.