Rainbow Six Extraction has come out on all platforms on January 20, with the Day 1 addition to the Xbox Game Pass.
Rainbow Six Extraction has come out on all platforms on January 20, with the Day 1 addition to the Xbox Game Pass. Since the game has been released across all platforms, both Xbox Game Pass and the PC Game Pass will have the game available.
With such an opportunity, buyers will be able to save $40, which non PC Game Pass owners will have to shell out. There is no official confirmation as of now, but the standard edition will likely be the one that will be available. So, to run the game, PC Game Pass holders will have to make sure that their systems will run the game without any hiccups.
Rainbow Six Extraction is a title based on the Rainbow Six universe. The game is an extension of the Outbreak mode, which was popular among the community members. Similar to the Outbreak mode, Extraction will be a PVE experience exclusively. But that does not mean that there will be less dependency on running the game seamlessly.
In addition, players will need to buy a membership of the Game Pass in order to get the game at no extra cost. Both the PC Game Pass and the Xbox Ultimate Game Pass have Rainbow Six Extraction available, and the game can be pre-installed as well.