We’ll be a few weeks away from the final installment of the Rainbow Six series, which appeared the other day on Game Pass on day one. Ubisoft wants to signal its belief in the power of service.
Ubisoft has announced that Rainbow Six: Extraction, which brings together Rainbow Six players along with the archæan, will be available on Game Pass for consoles and PC from day one. The move “demonstrates our belief in the value of the subscription service and the opportunity it provides to gamers,” said Chris Early, Ubisoft’s Vice President of Business.
However, its arrival in the Extraction Game Pass wasn’t the only announcement for the French. Rainbow Six: Siege, previously only available for consoles, will be available to PC and Ultimate Game Passre subscribers from January 20. And if xboxers don’t have enough to offer Game Pass, Ubisoft will also offer its own service on consoles, Ubisoft+, with which the publisher can access over a hundred games if they subscribe.
Rainbow Six: Extraction releases January 20 for PC, PlayStation 4, 5, Xbox One, and Series X/S.
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