Rainbow Six Quarantine is the next game entering the Clancy-verse, and it's taking a sharp divergence from anything we've seen before. Ubisoft is developing a spin-off from the Rainbow Six franchise and it's a co-operative horror title, subtitled Quarantine. We've seen this before in the Rainbow Six Siege Outbreak event last year, but this three-player co-op FPS is new ground for the series. Here's everything we know about Rainbow Six Quarantine, including trailers, release date, and more.
Rainbow Six Quarantine release date
The game was revealed at E3 2019 during Ubisoft's press conference, and they gave a slight hint to the Rainbow Six Quarantine release date, simply saying it would be here in 2020. That's a vague answer, though unfortunately there's nothing we can draw from for a more specific release date yet. Here's hoping it's not in the March/April 2020 period though, because it is looking busy.
Rainbow Six Quarantine beta
If you just can't wait to play the game because it's already won game of the year in your heart, you can head to the official Rainbow Six Quarantine site to "register for updates and the chance to play early". Don't get us wrong; that's not official confirmation of a Rainbow Six Quarantine beta, but if there is one announced, you're going to want to be signed up.
Rainbow Six Quarantine trailers
We're likely still some ways off from seeing gameplay for Rainbow Six Quarantine, but we do have the reveal trailer to work with. It's a minute and a half of a bloke cowering in a laundry room holding a pistol, while an alien searches for him outside and some creepy black goo spreads down his arm. He's eventually found by his team though, and it cuts to the Rainbow Six Quarantine logo. Cinematic trailers aren't an indication whatsoever of how a game will play, but it definitely sets the atmosphere. As soon as we see more (Gamescom?) we'll update this guide.