Game announcements are great. E3 is great. Though, when a trailer comes along with hardly any information, it can mostly leave us feeling a bit wanting – yet not in a good ‘I wish to see some-more of this’ kind of way, instead, it’s a ‘I wish we knew what we only watched’ kind of way. Unfortunately, Rainbow Six: Quarantine falls into a latter camp.
Quarantine will be a subsequent large diversion in a Rainbow Six franchise, finally laying Rainbow Six: Siege to rest, after an impossibly important time spent with a dedicated assembly and esports scene.
Though we don’t know most about Rainbow Six: Quarantine utterly yet. In a brief trailer expelled by Ubisoft, we see devs plead a game, yet they don’t leave us with most to come divided with. In a trailer we see a protagonist on a floor, with thick veins on their arms, hinting during a lethal infection. That would explain a underline of a game, then.
For all of a information, we have right now, only watch a trailer embedded above. We wish we had some-more to share, yet but even a deceptive recover window, Ubisoft is creation it transparent this is a diversion really most in development.
Though, given we have Rainbow Six: Siege, we can already suppose that we’ll see top-notch sharpened movement in Quarantine, and presumably a some-more detailed, cinematic story mode. Very exciting.
What do we consider of Rainbow Six: Quarantine? Is it all we wanted from a new Rainbow Six diversion or were we anticipating for something different? Let us know in a comments below, and keep reading Wccftech for some-more from E3 2019.