New ‘Rainbow Six Quarantine’ Teased, Official Reveal At E3 2019
This year’s E3 event will be pretty significant and exciting. New titles will be revealed, and fans are incredibly excited for Ubisoft as we all know that Ubisoft will be announcing 3 new games at the event, and we already know about one of them. We know that Watch Dogs: Legion is one of them and according to the latest reports, the second in the list could be a new Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six game.
According to rumors, the next game in the Rainbow Six series will be called as Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine, and it is created in the Rainbow Six Siege engine. Reports also say that the game will be a multiplayer co-op PvE shooter but, it will differ from Rainbow Six Siege’s PvP system.
It is also rumored that the groundwork of the upcoming Rainbow Six Quarantine is derived from the canceled game, Pioneer, Ubisoft’s space game which they decided to cancel., however, its a rumor and there is no concrete proof testifying it. It is also speculated that the upcoming game will lack a single-player campaign.
This speculation is surfacing because the ‘solo/singleplayer experience,’ of Rainbow Six is officially dead. It was revealed by the brand director of Rainbow Six, Alexandre Remy. So, it is rumored that the upcoming game will be focussing only on Multiplayer as Ubisoft will try to make it the best for players.
Also, we seem to have the release date of the game as well. According to Jason Schreier of Kotaku, the upcoming Rainbow Six game will be released by the end of March 2020.