Rainbow Six Quarantine has been announced at E3 2019 by Ubisoft, confirming the upcoming title is a co-op shooter for up to three players.
The next entry in the long-running Tom Clancy series of video games is a brand new Rainbow Six title, not an expansion or add-on for the existing Rainbow Six Siege. Developed by Ubisoft Montreal, Rainbow Six Quarantine is a strategic shooter that takes place several years into the franchise’s future, and sees players tackling a deadly new threat in the shape of an alien parasite, which has begun looking for human hosts.
The trailer definitely gives it a spooky atmosphere, and at first it looks like something out of Aliens rather than a Tom Clancy game. Still, we’re all for it.
“Created by Ubisoft Montreal, and a dedicated new team comprised of developers from For Honor, Ghost Recon, and more, Rainbow Six Quarantine aims to create a chaotic, intense, and unpredictable co-op, player-versus-enemy experience. Players will band together with two other teammates and storm into quarantine zones around the country in an effort to turn the tide for humanity.:
You can check out the reveal trailer below:
Rainbow Six Quarantine was rumoured earlier last week to be shown off at E3 this year.
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Rainbow Six Quarantine is coming to PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One in early 2020.