The newest installment in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six franchise is Rainbow Six Extraction. It’s a tactical multiplayer shooting game. Its predecessor Rainbow Six Siege Extraction release date is six years back and due to its popularity, the latest version is coming out after so many years. Rainbow Six Extraction develops an alternate tale that is a spin-off of the previous game.
It is a multiplayer co-op game, in which players join a team of three to confront extraterrestrial threats as Rainbow Six Siege Universe agents. Players control 18 operators to combat the Chimera infection and different extraterrestrial entities known as Archans throughout the game. Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Extraction is a tactical cooperative shooting game that will be released in January 2022.
When it was first announced at E3 2019, the game was dubbed Rainbow Six Quarantine, with an early 2020 release date predicted. The game was supposed to come out last year, but it was delayed owing to the corona virus outbreak. Everything you need to know about the forthcoming Rainbow Six Extraction is right here.
Rainbow Six Extraction Gameplay:
The game includes many positive aspects of Siege that players enjoy, such as the return of the Operators, devastation, precise shooting, and gadgets, as well as a large number of alien zombies that are rather revolting to look at. The same weapons, gadgets, and operators will be used as in Siege. Rainbow Six Extraction is said to have explored with a deep operator-based system employing a level one to ten system, because to the lack of requirement for player balance.
Ubisoft intends to release additional material in the future, so we can expect new gadgets, maps, custom modes, weapons, cosmetics, and operators to be added to the game after its first release. The game has 12 confinement zones around the United States. In each confinement zone, players will have at least 13 tactical assignments to accomplish. Sower, Tormentor, Lurker, Bloater, and Apex are the five varieties of Archans named by Ubisoft. Each has their unique set of skills.
In Rainbow Six Extraction, there is also a sort of opponent known as Proteans, who are claimed to be the most dangerous of all. You must fulfill a set of goals throughout each operation, including starting a drop site with two other players. As you go through the game, you must complete three objectives that change with each match. If one of your operatives goes missing, you’ll be given a goal to find them.
The MIA goals, on the other hand, only appear in the confinement zones where they were abandoned. Players must fire and eliminate the roots of the tree that has taken the operator once they reach the MIA goal. To save the operator, the team must work together effectively.
Rainbow Six Siege players will recognise some of the operators as members of the REACT-Rainbow Exogenus Analysis & Containment Team-a highly specialised group ready to combat the game’s enemy-Alien Archaic. Many of the original game’s teams have also returned, forming the REACT team, which stands for Rainbow Alien Analysis and Containment Team.
You can play Rainbow Six Extraction single player mode or in groups of three. Extraction, like Siege, will be a live service game with numerous seasons of content. Season passes, paid cosmetic packages, and other revenue streams will, of course, be available to produce a satisfying income stream for the firm and fund continuous game development. You do not need to be familiar with the earlier version of the game in order to enjoy it. This can be played as a stand alone game.
Rainbow Six Extraction Release Date:
The game is said to be available on Ubisoft, Epic Games, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Stadia. Rainbow Six Extraction release date is Thursday, January 20. Due to the timeline, players in Asia and Oceania got to play the game from 6:30pm IST on January 19.
It was initially scheduled for September 16, but delays due to COVID-19 pandemic led the game to be delayed by more than a few months. Rainbow Six Extraction trailer released a couple of days back and the first glimpses of the game seemed like a paradise for science fiction game lovers. Xbox Game Pass subscribers are supposed to get day one access for free with their monthly subscription.
This will only include the Standard Edition of the game. However, this does not include the Deluxe edition. Ubisoft games are not launched on Steam but they can be downloaded through the Ubisoft Store or Epic Games Store.
PC Requirements for Rainbow Six Extraction:
The download size for Rainbow Six Extraction on Xbox One S and Xbox One X is roughly 29GB for the Deluxe Edition. Rainbow Six Extraction requires a minimum of Windows 10 to play. Windows 11 is only stated as a prerequisite for PCs with a High (1440p) or Ultra (2160p) resolution.
The rest of the game will most likely support Windows 11 in all four settings. Furthermore, gamers must have at least 85GB of free space on their PC, with an extra 9GB required for HD textures if they desire to play at Ultra (2160p). The specific PC requirements are provided here:
Rainbow Six Extraction Low (1080p)
Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 1200/ Intel Core i5-4460
GPU: AMD RX 560/ Nvidia GeForce GTX 960
Rainbow Six Extraction High (1080p)
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1600/ Intel Core i7-4790
GPU: AMD RX 580/ Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660
VRAM: 8GB (AMD)/ 6GB (Intel)
Rainbow Six Extraction High (1440p)
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X/ Intel Core i5-8400
GPU: AMD RX 5600 XT/ Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060
Rainbow Six Extraction Ultra (2160p)
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X/ Intel Core i9-9900K
GPU: AMD RX 6800XT/ Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080
VRAM: 16GB (AMD)/ 10GB (Intel)
Rainbow Six Extraction Price:
On the Microsoft Store for Xbox consoles, it is priced at Rs. 3,999 for the Standard Edition and Rs. 4,474 for the Deluxe Edition. PlayStation Store lists the Standard Edition for Rs. 3,999 and the Deluxe Edition for Rs. 4,499. On Games The Shop and GameLoot, the physical copy of the Rainbow Six Extraction Guardian Edition is priced at Rs. 2,999 for PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
The latest Tom Clancy title is priced at roughly around Rs. 3,400 and for the Standard and Deluxe editions around Rs. 4,200 on Ubisoft Store. On Epic Games Store, Rainbow Six Extraction is priced at Rs. 1,999 for the Standard Edition and Rs. 2,499 for the Deluxe Edition.