Ubisoft may have unveiled the exit date from Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction. The game, previously expected for the month of September, had been postponed to 2022. Now a post on the official website of the company, probably published in error and ahead of its time, indicates the January 20, 2022 as the new launch date of the cooperative shooter.
The post appeared on the official Ubisoft website was published on June 12 this year, but as reported by VGC it was recently updated, presenting the new alleged release date of Rainbow Six Extraction, which among other things coincides perfectly with the launch window of January 2022 previously announced by the company. In short, at this point we are only waiting for an official reveal, with great fanfare, from Ubisoft.
In Rainbow Six Extraction, players will take on the role of elite operators belonging to the Rainbow Six universe, but with a totally different formula from that of Siege. Indeed, Extraction is voted to the coop and the PvE. Inspired by Siege’s Outbreak mode, operators will face a new species of mutated alien parasite and foil a mysterious extraterrestrial threat.
Ubisoft recently released a trailer dedicated to Pulse, one of the 18 operators that will be available in Rainbow Six Extraction at launch.