Ubisoft lifts curtain on new battle royale shooter hyper scape
Ubisoft shared the first details about the upcoming squad-based cooperative tactical shooter Rainbow Six Quarantine at the E3 2019 press conference. For better measure, the publisher provided an exciting trailer for the game, stylized as endless aliens waiting for evil. invisible and a last minute rescue. Title
borrows heavily from Rainbow Six Siege's existing limited-time outbreak, allowing players to battle a mysterious mutant alien parasite that spreads like wildfire and infects humans. Since then, humans have become the host for further spread.
As a team of three operators, you must enter the terrible quarantine area and do everything you can to stop the parasites. The familiar faces in "Rainbow Six: Siege" form a roster of playable operators, and keen eyes will find Vigil and Ela suddenly appearing at the end of the trailer.
As far as we know, the game is a pure PvE experience from beginning to end, without PvP elements. Ubisoft aims to set a benchmark for cooperative PvE FPS games, just like it did for tactical PvP and Rainbow Six Siege. Tactics, gadgets, goals, and environmental destruction will define the game loop to "create a chaotic, intense, and unpredictable PvE experience in a cooperative mode."
The team behind Rainbow Six Quarantine consists of Ghost Recon and For Honor alumni . Bring the influence of the project, and is expected to push the game to an echelon with the same quality as the popular Rainbow Six Siege.
Although the briefing produced a trailer and an insightful speech by the game’s chief designer Bio Jade, Ubisoft decided to remove any footage from the game.
Currently, Ubisoft hints that "Rainbow Six Quarantine" will be released in 2020, and plans to release it on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at the same time. We hope to have a steady stream of details before launch.