Our ambition with Rainbow Six Extraction is to deliver a full-fledged AAA experience that changes the way you play and think about cooperative games. With unique features like Missing In Action or The Sprawl, every mission is set to be a tense and challenging experience in which you’ll lead the elite operators of Rainbow Six in a fight against a lethal and evolving alien threat.
We are embracing the opportunity to take additional time to bring this vision to life in the way it deserves in January 2022. We are confident this will ensure Rainbow Six Extraction is the immersive, cooperative, and thrilling experience we set out to create, and the one you aspire to play.
We look forward to sharing more with you very soon!
Rainbow Six Extraction takes the popular Rainbow Six Siege operators and puts them in a cooperative multiplayer game.
In Extraction, the operators will need to infiltration an alien-infested location and complete objectives.
Ubisoft Delays Riders Republic
Described as a “massively multiplayer sports” video game, Riders Republic features five main activities for competition. These are mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, wingsuit flying, and rocket wingsuiting.
The game is set in an open world map based on 7 distinct American national parks. Players can explore the map, and they will be given rewards for discovering certain areas.
We can’t wait for you all to hit the Republic in our upcoming beta! This will be the first time you get to go hands-on in this massive multiplayer playground and we are looking forward to hearing what you think.
To ensure we can deliver the best game for all players, we’ve made the tough decision to delay our release date from September 2 to October 28. This will give us more time to fine tune the experience and give you another chance to jump in before launch and provide feedback.
Riders Republic has been moved from a September 2 to an October 28 release date.
While delays are hardly good news, it is generally accepted that delays are better than releasing a broken game.
Personally speaking, both games look promising, and that’s coming from a casual Rainbow Six player and a non-fan of the sports genre. Hopefully fans aren’t too disappointed for the delays from Ubisoft.