Rainbow Six Extraction: Gameplay Trailer Teases New Creepy Alien Threat

New Operator and a creepy alien threat, the Archean.

Rainbow Six Extraction

Last Updated on June 12, 2021 by Amrit Chatterjee

E3 2021’s Ubisoft Forward kicked off with a bang, and what a way to pull the curtains on Rainbow Six Extractions. A little info into the game followed by a cinematic trailer was what captivated the viewers, and with Extraction on the way, a new co-op Rainbow Six game is awaiting us.

According to the official trailer, Rainbow Six Extraction takes place in the same universe as the previous games, and we have news operators as well. We have Hibana as the newest Operator, now MIA, and players will be teaming up with other operators to rescue her.

Rainbow Six Extraction Trailer, and Release Date:

The trailer begins with Hibana saying, “I used to feel so much peace, staring into the heavens, until a piece of it fell and the nightmare began. We thought it could be contained, but it evolved, so we did too.”

The video progresses into revealing the current status of Hibana and the formation of a new extraction team united under REACT (the Rainbow Exogenous Analysis and Containment Team). The narrator proceeds to say, “If there’s a way to stop them, you’ll find it. But I know you’ll find me first.”

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We are then treated with gameplay footage of the extraction team going up against an alien threat, Archean, thereby showcasing what it would have in store for us.

The trailer further reveals that Rainbow Six Extraction will be a 3-way PvE co-op game, and players can choose any of the 18 operators from the Rainbow Six universe.

Archean, as from the trailer, doesn’t look too good, and the alien threat will only get worse as you dive deep into its gameplay. However, working closely with your team, and using all of your Operator’s skills, and strategizing your moves ensure your survival.

Rainbow Six Extraction will be launched on September 16, 2021, and it will be available on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC.

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