Ubisoft remains quiet on the status of Rainbow Six Quarantine, the cooperative spin on its hit tactical shooter, following an unveiling last June. Further capitalizing on a return-to-form for the Tom Clancy-branded series, Quarantine challenges three players to fight back a zombie outbreak. The premise builds on the same alternate universe as the Rainbow Six Siege Outbreak event in 2018, where the game temporarily pivoted to a limited-time cooperative experience.
While firm Quarantine details remain scarce, with just a brief cinematic trailer at E3 2019, we’ve continued to round up the trail of leaks in past months. The title is expected to explore New York City, San Francisco, and Truth or Consequences, the setting of the original Outbreak event. Rainbow Six Siege’s Operators will translate over, too, including returning gadgetry and weapons that defined their identities.
The latest wave of Rainbow Six Quarantine snippets have now surfaced, with a dump of alleged pre-release game data from a continued source of Rainbow Six leaks, /u/Zer0Bytes_ on Reddit. Their post details new features and an extensive list of game file strings seemingly pulled from a pre-release build.
The leak also lists likely Operators headed to the game, aligning with a supposed marketing pamphlet that surfaced earlier this year. It confirms the return of favorite faces, allowing attacking and defending Operators to squad up in a cooperative setting. The previous leak aligns almost identically, only swapping out Smoke and Nomad for Maestro, suggesting the 20 Operators will see themselves categorized into Assault, Recon, and Support classes.
Take all new details lightly around any unconfirmed content, as plans can and will change before release. But these latest details paint a clear picture of what Quarantine sets out to achieve, further expanding early foundations from Outbreak in 2018.
Rainbow Six Quarantine is next expected to make a July 12 appearance at the Ubisoft Forward digital event.
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