look like Ubisoft May accidentally let us know when Rainbow Six Extraction, Its upcoming, often-delayed PvE cooperative game may be launched.
The game-formerly known as Rainbow Six Parasite, then Rainbow Six Quarantine, after which the publisher changed it after the Covid-19 pandemic-may be scheduled to launch on January 20, 2022, according to The most recently updated page on the Ubisoft website (Thank you, VGC).
Extraction-if you forget-is an expanded version of the 2018 Siege limited-time event, called Outbreak, in which three players fight against mutant monsters.
“Our ambition for “Rainbow Six Extract” is to provide a mature AAA experience that will change the way you play and think about cooperative games,” Ubisoft said of the title. “With unique features such as Missing In Action or The Sprawl, each mission will become a tense and challenging experience, and you will lead the elite Rainbow Six operators against deadly and evolving alien threats.”
The game was originally scheduled to arrive in September 2021, and then it was postponed to an uncertain date in January 2022 so that Ubisoft could “seize the opportunity and spend more time to realize this vision in the way it deserves.” Rainbow Six Extraction and Ubisoft’s other game “Riders Republic” have been postponed at the same time-the latter is scheduled to launch on October 28th.
The game is about to land on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC and Stadia. In the next few days, we will see if this updated page on the Ubisoft website is indeed correct-updates on official websites like this will either get an official response from Ubisoft, or we will see an appropriate announcement and PR The explosion confirmed it.