Rainbow Six Mobile announced, Ubisoft opens registration for Android and iOS

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Ubisoft has announced that it is developing a Rainbow Six game for iOS and Android. The new game is titled Rainbow Six Mobile and has been in the works for over three years. It is being developed with the aim of bringing Rainbow Six Siege’s tactical first-person shooter (FPS) experience to mobile devices. The game is being designed by a Montreal-based development team who “built everything from the ground up with mobile usability in mind.” Rainbow Six Mobile features the same core gameplay as Rainbow Six Siege, with two teams of five players competing for different objectives.

The new game Notice was created by Ubisoft on their official website. Rainbow Six Mobile aims to be the best tactical shooter game for iOS and Android phones when the full build of the game is finally released. The developers have adapted Siege’s tactical and immersive FPS gameplay with a newly developed control system, user interface and in-game presentation for mobile devices. It is designed to offer short and accessible bursts of tactical gameplay that new players can enjoy.

So far, five attacking Operators have been confirmed for Rainbow Six Mobile, including Ash, Sledge, Twitch, Thermite, and Hibana. The list of confirmed Defending Operators includes Caveira, Bandit, Smoke, Valkyrie, and Mute. As of now, the game includes two classic Rainbow Six Seige maps, Bank and Frontier, adapted for mobile. Ubisoft plans to add more maps to the game before the final version is released.

In the coming weeks, Ubisoft plans live testing of Rainbow Six Mobile to improve the game with feedback from real players. You can to register to receive game updates and the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Alpha.


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Siddhant Chandra is a Consulting Sub-Editor at Gadgets 360. This is his first foray into tech after retiring from travel. He is keen to keep up with the latest hardware and software developments in the gaming industry. After work he can usually be found playing CS:GO with his buddies where he has over 3,000 hours on the clock. You can reach him at siddhantc@ndtv.com. More

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