Rainbow Six Quarantine has had its name and release date changed, but the game continues on its roadmap and is slowly preparing for its release. As a starter, Ubisoft has shared a new trailer for Rainbow Six Extraction, which focuses on the Finka skills, one of the operators that we can handle in the game. The title uses elements rescued from Siege and cooperative mechanics, all in a context in which aliens have invaded the world.
The character uses Nanobots to offer advantages to his allies, so that he will be an important support during the battle. He is able to increase the health of your peers and to reduce the recoil of weapons. In addition, it also allows you to aim faster. Squad members who have fallen in combat can be revived and return to battle. As discussed in the trailer, this is only “half” of what Finka can do, so she may have more hidden abilities.
Delayed to early 2022
Rainbow Six Extraction was scheduled for September 16, but the development team needed more time to polish the playable experience. Faced with this situation, they decided to delay the game for a few months. Through a statement, Ubisoft Montreal explained that its intention is “to offer a complete AAA experience” that changes the way of understanding cooperative games. “Each mission is built to be a tense and challenging experience, as the squad must deal with the alien threat. They take the delay as an opportunity to have their ambitious plans translate into the title.
The new date chosen is January 2022, at which point we can join the battle on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS4, PS5, PC and Google Stadia.
Source | Gaming Bolt