The long awaited Rainbow Six Extraction, game that sees the mechanics of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege applied to a PvE title with monsters and contamination, it has been officially postponed to January 2022.
The confirmation comes directly from the site of Ubisoft, who with a very short letter explains the reasons behind all this:
Our goal with Rainbow Six Extraction is to deliver a complete Triple A experience that will change the way you think about cooperative games. With unique features like Missing in Action or Sprawl, each mission is set to be tense and a challenging experience where you must control Rainbow Six operators in a fight against a dangerous and ever-changing alien threat.
We are taking advantage of the opportunity to take more time to bring this vision to life the way we want, in January 2022. We are confident that this will allow Rainbow Six Extraction to be the immersive, cooperative and exciting game we want to create, and that you want. play.
We will share more information with you very soon.
Nothing to do then for those who were already starting to think about throwing themselves back on the track with the famous operators of Rainbow Six: Siege against a series of dangerous aliens: we will have to wait at least a few more months.