Presented with a cinematic trailer during the Ubisoft conference at E3 2019, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine is the new chapter in the famous first-person shooter series.
Although the transalpine company has not yet publicly shown the gameplay of this new cooperative shooter, players will soon have the chance to try the title with their hands. As reported on the official Ubisoft website, in fact, registrations have been officially opened for the Beta phase of Rainbow Six Quarantine, which will be held on all the reference platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Unfortunately, we don’t share many details about it, and both the launch date and the amount of content we can access in preview thanks to the trial version remains unknown at the moment.
Rainbow Six Quarantine is a tactical cooperative shooter for three players, set in a dystopian future where we will have to curb the spread of a devastating alien parasite. Within the online multiplayer title, several of the Operators already appeared in Rainbow Six Siege, including Vigil, Ela, and Lion will return. The title is expected on PC and console during 2020, at the moment there is no more precise launch date. Will you join the Beta to try the new Ubisoft shooter?