Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six: Evacuation from the Restricted Area has Been Postponed Again

Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six: Evacuation from the restricted area has been postponed again, and will be on sale in early 2022.

Ubisoft’s new survival shooter “Rainbow Six Extraction” (Rainbow Six Extraction) was originally scheduled to be launched in September this year, but it seems that the development team has postponed the release time again, and players should not see the game launch in 2021.

According to the official announcement, Ubisoft decided to extend the launch date of “Rainbow Six: Evacuation from the restricted area” to January 2022 in order to present the best experience content of the game. The detailed time has not yet been announced.

Our vision for Rainbow Six: Evacuation from the restricted area is to bring a perfect 3A experience that can change your gameplay and thinking mode of cooperative survival games. For example, like missing or sprawling bodies in missions, each mission is tailored to express excitement and challenging experience, so that you can lead the elite operators of Team 6 to participate in the battle and fight against the deadly. And the constantly evolving alien threat.

In order to turn this vision into reality, we tend to seize more time and opportunities, hoping to realize it in January 2022. We are convinced that this decision will make “Rainbow Six: Evacuation from the Forbidden Zone” an immersive, seamless collaboration, and trembling experience that we originally wanted to create, making you keen to play.

At the same time, Ubisoft also announced that the launch date of the new sports game “Riders Republic” (Riders Republic) has been extended from September 2 to October 28.