Rainbow Six Extraction was only presented in detail last month during the digital E3 2021 and was given a release date. However, this will again not be adhered to, as Ubisoft has now announced.
The new Rainbow Six Extraction should have been available long ago, but was initially postponed until this year. When there were finally tangible details at E3 and a specific release date was communicated on September 16, 2021, everything seemed to be looking good. But now the situation has already changed again.
Ubisoft has now declared that the shooter will be delayed again. A release is no longer expected this year, instead Rainbow Six Extraction should not be available until January 2022.
In a statement by the makers it says that you “take advantage of the opportunity to take additional time to bring your own vision to life and to live up to it”. This move aims to ensure that Rainbow Six Extraction is “the immersive, collaborative, and immersive experience you want to create”.
In the same breath, Ubisoft also speaks of additional test options for players in advance. The corresponding feedback should be evaluated and then incorporated into the full version. Overall, they think the decision is the right one in terms of the long-term perspective for the game.
After all: As a small compensation, another operator, Vigil, was presented in a new trailer.