PC - Windows
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction
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About this game
Themes: ActionZombieCoopMultiplayerOnline MultiplayerSingle-playerFirst-Person ShooterTactical Shooter
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature
The elite operators of Rainbow Six are now united to face a common enemy: a highly lethal threat known as the Archeans. Assemble your team and risk everything in tense incursions in the containment zone. Knowledge, cooperation, and a tactical approach are your best weapons. Band together and put everything on the line as you take on this unknown enemy.
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Is the game worth your time? Yeah, it’s worth a go, it’s on Game Pass, innit? This is where I can see Rainbow Six Extraction shine. Very dimly. If the game poses a genuine challenge and a progression system that feels rewarding over the long term, there’s no reason why this polished experience can’t retain at least a few players across the coming months. It’s not easy being a video game in 2022: you’ve got some real big hitters on the way, and if you’re not hitting hard then you’re just going to get knocked out, pretty little Siege engine and all. You alright there, Extraction? You’re looking a little woozy.
And that’s basically all Rainbow Six Extraction has up its sleeve, and some of the replay value you’re going to wring from it relies on whether or not you have friends to play with. While it doesn’t execute fully with its foundation, it does take more risks than I expected, to the point where it’s going to be worth a look for some folks — but only just so.
I enjoyed the mechanics of the Incursion missions, and learning the maps. Though the alien designs lacked originality, fighting them was still engaging. It was a nice break from combat with humans. I wish there was more to the package at launch, like a real campaign and characters to care about, not just avatar Operators to level up. Still, alone or with a couple of friends, Rainbow Six Extraction meets or exceeds the expected amount of fun. I wish it tried to do more.