Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pickup is on the first day of the game pass, and Ubisoft+ comes to Xbox

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction will be launched on January 20, and today, Ubisoft announced that it will launch Xbox Game Pass on the first day. The company also announced that its own Xbox Game Pass-like service Ubisoft+ will also be available on Xbox.

Ubisoft first made fun of today’s Xbox related news Twitter Soon after this, the next entry in the very popular Rainbow Six series, “Extract” will be released on the Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass on the game release day, January 20.

Thanks to Ubisoft+, players will soon be able to play more than 100 Ubisoft games, including classic games such as DLC for new games and Assassin’s Creed, and receive unique rewards such as custom items, boosters, and other in-game privileges. Ubisoft+ is already available on Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PC, so if you want to check the service before it landed on Xbox, please go to one of the platforms and try it out.

Most importantly, Ubisoft is making fun of the company’s other game passes in the future. When the rumored game is released, maybe Assassin’s Creed Unlimited will be launched on the first day of the game pass.

“By offering Rainbow Six Pickup to Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass members on the launch day and date of Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass, we show that we believe in the value and choice provided by game subscriptions to players,” Ubisoft Senior Associate Said the president. Strategic partnerships and business development Chris Early said in a press release. “Rainbow Six extraction for Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass members is just the beginning. Finally, we will provide Xbox users with a Ubisoft+ subscription service so that they can enjoy the entire content of our Ubisoft+ game library on their game consoles, including new Version.”

Rainbow Six Extraction is a tactical (up to) three-person cooperative PvE FPS where players can choose an operator and fight against the deadly alien threat called Archaens. It represents a major shift in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and a more team-based PVP experience.

For more information, check out the “Rainbow Six Extract” trailer released at the end of last year, and then check out this gameplay through the Today’s New Gameplay section of E3 2021.Read our thoughts on the latest “Rainbow Six” game Game informant Rainbow Six Siege Review after that.

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