Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Extraction Coming To Xbox And PC Game Pass On Day One

Rainbow Six Extraction, Rainbow Six Siege’s upcoming co-op spin-off, is finally slated for release later this month after several delays, and now there’s good news for Xbox Game Pass subscribers. The game will launch for all Microsoft game subscriptions.

At launch on January 20, Rainbow Six Extraction will be playable with Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (with cloud playability). As a bonus, Ubisoft is also bringing the original tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege to the PC Game Pass lineup, a game that has been available for console and cloud players for a while now.

Rainbow Six Extraction follows the same operators and their unique gadgets from the Rainbow Six Siege side, but with an alien flavor. Up to three players can team up and travel to alien-infested locations, complete randomized objectives, and successfully escape. Failure can mean the loss of the operator before the rescue operation is complete.

“With Rainbow Six Extraction, Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass members will receive yet another blockbuster that was added to their library the same day the game launches,” said Sarah Bond of Xbox. “And because Rainbow Six Siege will be on both Xbox Game Pass and Also, the Rainbow Six community and tactical shooter fans will have a PC Game Pass that will have a lot to play together wherever they play.”

Rainbow Six Extraction Coming January 20 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Amazon Luna and Google Stadia are priced at $ 39.99. Of course, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get access at no additional cost.

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