One of the more surprising, but still pleasing, announcements from this year’s E3 was the existence of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine. This new game takes the mechanics of Rainbow Six Siege and turns it into a 3-player PvE co-op title. If you played the Outbreak event in that game, then you will have a pretty good idea of what you can expect. When the game was announced, Ubisoft said that the game would release in 2020. Well, thanks to a press release detailing the Ubisoft first-quarter sales conference call, we now know that it will actually be launching in this financial year. This means that Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine will launch sometime between January and March next year.
This marks a particularly busy period for the French publisher as they already have Watch Dogs Legion as well as Gods and Monsters scheduled to launch in that window. Ubisoft is clearly flexing their game developing muscles as they also have Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint coming out later this year. They are also continually updating the games they already have in the market place with Rainbow Six Siege recently hosting the 3v3, western-themed, Showdown mode.
If you are unfamiliar with Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine, you can check out the announcement trailer as well as the official description below –
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine is a three-player tactical co-op game set several years in the future of the Rainbow Six Universe.