Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction has been rated by ESRB. The rating describes the various weapons and creatures to encounter in the game.
Rainbow Six Extraction has received an official release date during Ubisoft Forward at E3 2021. The game is confirmed to launch on September 16, 2021, and will be released for the last and current-generation consoles in addition to PC.
ESRB has rated Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction today giving the game a Mature rating for Blood, Drug Reference, Strong Language, and Violence. Check out the details below.
This is a first-person shooter in which players lead a special forces squad against an alien invasion across American cities. Players use pistols, machine guns, and explosives to kill mutant creatures and alien parasites, cleansing containment zones throughout each city. Battles are frenetic, with realistic gunfire, screams of pain, and large explosions. Squad members emit large splashes of blood when attacked and killed; large blood stains are depicted in some environments. A handful of scenes depict marijuana plants and a drug lab with packets of drugs and white powder. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” are heard in the game.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction is based on a limited-time event called Outbreak from Rainbow Six Siege. It was originally revealed back at E3 2019 but the game was put in hibernation until later this year. It was originally titled Rainbow Six Quarantine but after the impact of COVID-19 on the world, Ubisoft changed the name to extraction.
The game is currently available for pre-order for all platforms. If you own Rainbow Six Siege, you can unlock the United Front cosmetic bundle in both games + unlock 18 Extraction operators in Rainbow Six Siege.