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"Rainbow Six Extract", formerly known as "Rainbow Six Quarantine", is the next installment in the "Rainbow Six" series. It was originally scheduled to be released in mid-2020, but has been postponed many times. Its current ETA is unknown, but it is expected to be released sometime in mid-2021.
We have not received a confirmed list of system requirements from the developers, but the following is the best estimate so far. In addition, we suggest at the end of this article a few PC versions that we think can run the game.
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The latest "Rainbow Six" game is different from previous iterations: it introduces survival horror elements in the process, and its frontline operator team fights post-human monsters infected by deadly parasites. The game will not be PvP in nature, but PvE, and your team will be limited to three players fighting waves after waves of enemies. The "operators" Ela and Vigil of "Rainbow Six: Siege" will show up and hope that the weapon game will be very similar to the previous game.
As mentioned earlier, we currently do not have the final system requirements for "Rainbow Six Extraction", but the following is the current best estimate for the entire industry:
To play "Rainbow Six Extraction" at 1080p on low settings, our current The best estimate is that one of our $600 or $700 version is your best choice. However, if you want to increase resolution beyond this range, or generally increase graphics settings, a $ 1,500 or higher version is recommended.
If you want an assembled PC, then one of our pre-fabs sells for under $ 800 and can play 1080p games on low graphics settings, no problem. For higher resolutions and / or settings, a $ 1,500 pre-built PC will do the job for you.