Rainbox Six: Extraction Gameplay Trailer Unveils Co-Op Action

Co-Op Action

Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor in the video game industry and has a wide portfolio with titles such as Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry. However, one of the most popular in recent times has been Rainbow Six: Siege, a tactical first person shooter that promotes 5v5 combat in intense situations. Today, at Ubisoft Forward during E3, Ubisoft have confirmed that the Rainbow Six series will expand further into the alien fighting arena with Rainbow Six: Extraction. Rainbow Six: Extraction is currently available for pre-order on the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and on PC via the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store. The game is set to release on 16th September 2021.

In Rainbow Six: Extraction, players will bring together an elite team of Rainbow Six operators to launch incursions into various containment zones in an effort to curb and ultimately defeat the spread of a lethal alien threat. Players must band together, using their knowledge and communication, to fight off against waves of enemies and complete their mission. In Rainbow Six: Extraction, players will be able to choose from eighteen unique operators, each with their own skills, weapons, gadgets and abilities that are perfect for stopping the enemy and different combinations of operations can bring different results! The containment zones are set across four different area in America which are procedurally generated with unpredictable danger, enemies, threats and increasing difficulties. Of course, as players improve, the rewards are even better!

The ultimate mission in Rainbow Six: Extraction is a fight against a lethal and evolving alien threat as the Chimera parasite are sentient organisms that are slowly taking over and reshaping the landscape. There are ten parasitic archtypes for players to defeat, each with their own challenges!

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