New Information And Gameplay From Rainbow Six Extraction 1
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New details have come from Extraction, which will be the newest game of the Rainbow Six realm. If you haven’t been excited about the game until now, these new details seem to excite you. At least, I can say that this is the kind of experience I’ve had.

As you know, the game works with a PvE focused co-op logic. As we learned from the new image, there will be 18 Rainbow Six Siege operators to choose from in the game. If you remember, Ubisoft announced that it will not produce special operators for Extraction. In other words, most of the characters we know and dominate will be in the game.

Our adventures on 12 maps to be found in four main regions of America. Among these adventures, we will have 13 dynamic mission objectives – the most interesting of which came to me about MIA missions. In this mission, we will try to save our operators that we lost during the raid, because unless we do, it will not be possible to use the updates we unlocked for these characters.

As you can see from the image, this update is of great value. For example, Vigil can make his entire team invisible at full level, while Sledge can stun even more powerful monsters with his sledgehammer. In other words, the value of the tasks and updates we do will be incredibly valuable in the game.

In addition, there will be different weapons and 15 REACT technologies that we can use during the missions. These technologies will be selected in addition to the equipment of our operators. For example, in the image we see the operation of glue bombs that can slow down fast enemies.

This new image and details personally got me very excited. Let’s see if our excitement for the game, which will be released in January 2022, will be in vain.

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