The creators will have had to wait almost three years to make this announcement.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six , a series of video games from Ubisoft inspired by the world of novels by American author Tom Clancy, will be getting a second mobile version shortly. It is the publisher himself who has just reaffirmed this in a new article published on his blog, while his teams have actually been working hard on it since 2019.
We don’t know exactly when the title will be available to the general public, but interested players can be notified on D-Day by filling in their details on this page. . You can choose to connect with your e-mail address or via Facebook, a Microsoft account, Twitch or PlayStation.
The list of devices that will be able to install Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Mobile is still kept secret. We know, however, that the two most popular operating systems will be supported, namely Android and iOS 15 . Tablets will also be affected: with its M1 chip and up to 16 GB of RAM, the iPad Pro seems to be the perfect choice to take advantage of it.
Other editions to test elsewhere
However, Ubisoft seems to have abandoned the idea of Rainbow Six on Mac since the early 2000s, so that to date the only alternative is to go through a Windows emulator. We can then execute Extraction , the latest installment in the franchise, which is also available on Xbox One or on Sony’s home consoles. This tactical FPS presented at E3 was relatively well received by critics, especially from the gaming press.
Let’s finish with a little thought for Shadow Vaguard , released by Gameloft for iOS, Android and Xperia Play before disappearing from the App Store very quickly despite a better rating on Metacritic .