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Rainbow Six Extraction Will Be Cheaper! [VIDEO]

The next Rainbow Six has been given a release date, although we’ve heard this before from other sources.

 

The French publisher had previously hinted in an email that a sequel to Rainbow Six Siege would be available from January 20, and Ubisoft Montreal has confirmed that the game will indeed be released on that date, with the base edition of the game being cheaper than initially planned. They won’t be asking 60 dollars/euro or even 50, but only 40. The Deluxe Edition with three bonus packs can be pre-ordered for 50 dollars/euro (~18-19 thousand forints).

The game will be fully cross-platform: you will be able to move your saves and achievements, and the door is open for each platform to play against each other. Ubisoft adds, “Players can pre-order the Standard Edition for the new lower price of $40 and enjoy Rainbow Six Extraction’s many features, including — a deep Operator progression system, four distinct difficulty settings, 12 all-new and unpredictable maps (roughly three times the size of previous Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege maps) across four dynamic regions, over 60 weapons, legacy Rainbow Six Siege tech and 15 exclusive REACT tech, and free post-launch support including a weekly endgame challenge mode.

Each edition of Extraction will unlock two Buddy Pass tokens, allowing players to invite their friends to play with them for free for up to 14 days across most platforms. During the two weeks, any progression their squad members earn will transfer over when they purchase the game. All pre-orders will also unlock the Orbital Decay Cosmetic Bundle in Extraction. The Deluxe Edition, which includes everything from the Standard Edition alongside three bonus packs, is also available to pre-order for $50.” The pass will not work on Amazon Luna.

Rainbow Six Extraction will arrive on January 20 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC (Ubisoft Store, Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna. Against the alien threat, it’s best to play as a team and take your chances… but is it worth it? That’s up to us to decide.

Source: WCCFTech

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