Rainbow Six Quarantine Will Be Out Next Spring?

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The new Rainbow Six entry has been revealed at the E3 conference. Authors promise the game will premiere some time in 2020. At first, it may sound vague, but our little investigation managed to identify the approximate release period.

It's Time for Quarantine

Ubisoft has spilled the beans in its earnings call. The company's statement, provided by its CEO Yves Guillemot[1], claims Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Quarantine will hit the shelves before the current financial year ends. In other words, the last deadline possible is March 31, 2020. Unless some unforeseen events cause extra delays.

Quarantine is expected to be the logical continuation of Rainbow Six Siege. It will be predominantly based on PvE mechanics. "What Siege is to the PVP shooter genre, we want Quarantine to be to co-op," added Ubisoft's CEO. And like the rest of Ubisoft's catalogue, Quarantine will be available in Uplay + service.

Can't Wait to Get Trigger-Happy?

Odds are you'll get a chance to check how PvE works as a standalone genre next spring. Do you think it has a chance to beat Siege? And what is your favorite Rainbow Six entry? Share your opinion with us!