Ubisoft announces that the new Rainbow Six Extraction, out January 20, will be available on Xbox Game Pass for consoles and PC from day one.
Xbox Game Pass: in arrivo Rainbow Six Extraction
Good news for subscribers to the Microsoft service, who after the announcement of the new January games on Xbox Game Pass, will also find the highly anticipated Rainbow Six Extraction, free from day one. The game, which is scheduled to launch on 20 th January, will therefore be playable right from the release on both console and PC, without additional costs for subscribers. The title will consist of a Cooperative PvE, playable with up to three friends. The announcement, greeted with glee on social media, came with a post on the official Ubisoft website.
“By making the game available for Xbox Game Pass, we are showing that we believe in the value of gaming memberships,” he said. Chris Early, Senior Vice President di Strategic Partnerships and Business Development di Ubisoft. “We will also be offering Ubisoft + to Xbox owners, so they can enjoy the full range of our game library on their consoles.”
Already a few months ago, Ubisoft, had revealed that various post-launch contents of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction would be completely free: we told you about it here.
For those who are not subscribers to the Microsoft service, we remind you that the Standard Edition of Rainbow Six Extraction is available for pre-order at a cost of €39,99. Price that includes all free post-launch content and Buddy Pass Tokens.