Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine is expected to become available before April 2020. We haven’t heard anything towards the co-op Siege spin-off Rainbow Six Quarantine since its advertisement at E3 2019, but thanks to the power of financier calls, we have a better idea of its publishing date. According to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, Rainbow Six lazaretto will release before the end of the financial year. That translates to any time before April 2020.
Quarantine was originally announced as an early 2020 game, but this narrows in the date forward. As Game Informer points out, Ubisoft has a model with its releases in the beginning of the year. The company generally releases a game in either January for February, and Quarantine is the most probable candidate for that slot.
The plan is slightly thickened by two other early 2020 Ubi games: Watch Dogs Legion (March 6) and Gods & Monsters (February 25). Quarantine isn’t a straight competitor with either game, but Ubisoft will probably put some time between each release. A good condition is late January or early February.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine is being expanded by an entirely new team at Ubisoft Montreal that was inspired by the long-established brand legacy of tactical co-op shooters and the various cast of operators from Rainbow Six® Siege to expand something that is really more than the sum of its parts.
Last year’s prevalence event in Rainbow Six® Siege was the
spark that exploded passions within this group, and they have come back now,
next year, with a truly inflammatory vision: a deep, radically redesigned, full
The Rainbow operators will face off versus a totally new
breed of modified alien parasite. Infecting human hosts and their environments,
this new enemy is more mortal and challenging than ever before.
Prepare to launch into firm, chaotic and totally
unpredictable assignments as you and your team risk everything, every time you
step into Quarantine.
When Can I Play It?
“Rainbow Six Quarantine” is expected to release for PC, Xbox
One, and PlayStation 4 whilom in early 2020.
Because “Rainbow Six Quarantine” is going to be PvE, fans
can envisage that it will be unlike the other “Rainbow Six” games. It will
feature a totally new co-op campaign, although there’s been no word as to how
many tasks there will be. Players will be expected to storm into quarantine
regions all over the country, and use tactical strategies to take out the
affected AI enemies. Operators from “Rainbow Six Siege” will be in Quarantine
as they face off versus of the unfamiliar threat. The gunplay and struggle is
expected to be rather similar to that of “Rainbow Six Siege.”
Lead game modeler, Bio Jade, has also confirmed that “Ela” and “Vigil” will be in “Rainbow Six Quarantine.”