Ubisoft will soon begin the beta testing for its upcoming title, Rainbow Six Quarantine. However, it will be on a closed level.
Those who are waiting to try out Rainbow Six Quarantine will have to wait a little longer in an early stage. Ubisoft will conduct a closed beta testing for the new entry in the series. It won’t be made available to the public.
‘Rainbow Six Quarantine’: Everything you need to know
Rainbow Six Quarantine will have a theme based on zombies since Rainbow Six Siege’s spinoff.
Talking about its beta testing news, some individuals recently got invites regarding a new game from Ubisoft.
The clandestine invites are related to participation in a demo testing for an unnamed title. And it’s not difficult to guess that it’s none other than Rainbow Six Quarantine.
The emails regarding the demo read:
You have been selected to participate in a technical test for an upcoming three-player, tactical co-op Tom Clancy experience.
Furthermore, the participants will also sign a non-disclosure agreement as well so that the developers can prevent any possible leak from spreading on the internet.
Initially announced the new entry in the franchise during 2019’s E3 teaser. In that clip, Ubisoft showed a glimpse of very early gameplay. However, since then, the fans have been waiting for official, extended playable footage.
Previous speculations and rumors also claimed a change in the main title of the game. “Parasite” was the top choice for an alternative to Quarantine.
But Ubisoft eventually clarified all the doubts on this matter and dismissed it.
New video games in 2021
Meanwhile, the next few months are almost packed with a heavy line-up of potential blockbusters.
However, it’s not everything that’s coming out in 2021.
The list extends further with Monster Hunter Rise, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Part, Stray, and Back 4 Blood.
Few other crucial launches to watch out for are Bravely Default 2, Balan Wonderworld, Oddworld: Soulstorm, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits.
Coming back to Rainbow Six Quarantine, then it’s scheduled to arrive later this year in September. It will be available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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