Rainbow Six Extraction is coming to Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass on the first day, Ubisoft and Microsoft announced today. Co-op FPS will be available to subscribers on January 20.
Chris Early of Ubisoft said the decision to bring game pass extraction at launch was intended to show how Ubisoft “views the pricing and selection that game subscriptions offer players.”
Extraction on GamePass will not be the only Rainbow Six game, as Sage will be added to PC GamePass on January 20, while the Xbox game pass version for the console sees an extension of its availability, although Ubisoft It did not say how long.
For players who wish to purchase the Extraction, it will be available for US 40 USD. It comes with two “Buddy Pass” tokens that allow you to play with friends for up to 14 days on all platforms. For free players all progress during this period will be in case they decide to buy the game.
Ubisoft also announced today that its subscription service Ubisoft + is coming to Xbox soon. This offer includes catalogs of over 100 Ubisoft games, along with other in-game content and privileges. The service is already available on PC, Stadia and Luna.
While the Rainbow Six Extraction includes different features of the Rainbow Six Sage, Ubisoft insists the two games will appeal to different audiences, with the game’s creative director saying the two games are “very different.”
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