Rainbow Six Extraction has officially gone gold.
The Rainbow Six spinoff title Rainbow Six Extraction has officially gone gold. After multiple delays and an official rebranding of its previous name, Rainbow Six Quarantine, the tactical shooter will finally launch on January 20, 2022.
The news was announced today via a tweet from the official. Rainbow Six extraction Twitter account, which reads in part: “We are very proud to share that Rainbow Six Extraction has turned to gold!”
The tweet also includes a short animation of the Rainbow Exogenous Containment and Analysis Team (REACT) logo turning gold to mark the occasion.
The games that are delayed after officially going gold are few and far between, so it’s safe to say that the release date of January 20, 2022 is set in stone.
Although the game has faced a number of delays so far, Ubisoft has consistently revealed much of the game throughout 2021.
Players already have a roster of 12 REACT operators making their way from Rainbow Six Siege, including their core abilities and weapons.
At this point, six of the 18 operators that players will be able to access at launch remain a mystery.
Most recently, Ubisoft announced plans for Rainbow Six Extraction’s post-launch line of content, including challenge-based Maelstrom Protocol mode and Crisis Events.
It looks like Ubisoft wants to support mining for the next several years after its launch early next year.