Rainbow Six Quarantine Announced by Ubisoft at E3 2019
Rainbow Six Quarantine is a co-op shooter inspired by the Outbreak mode from Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.
Ubisoft has announced a brand-new Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six game at their E3 2019 conference. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine will be a 3 player co-op shooter inspired by the hugely popular Outbreak mode from Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. After Ubisoft stated they had “no plans for a sequel”, it seems that they purposefully left open the door for spin-off titles – and that’s what we’re getting with Quarantine.
Ever since Outbreak made its mark on Siege back in February 2018, players have been calling for more out-of-the-box game modes, and it seems that Ubisoft has decided to embark on this feedback but in the form of a brand new title rather than an update to the game. Rainbow Six Quarantine will be releasing in early 2020 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The beta is taking sign-ups at rainbow6quarantine.com right now as is tradition with the dev’s latest projects.
The game “is a squad-based tactical shooter for 3 players at a time”, according to the publisher. It is developed by a team inside Ubisoft that is separate to the existing Siege team, but the links between this game and its predecessor are down to core mechanics, gunplay, tactics, destruction. However, Ubisoft says that you don’t have to have played any other games to get into Quarantine. More details about the game will be revealed later in the year.