Rainbow Six Extraction: Surviving the Containment Zone With Elz the Witch and Xbox On

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IGN’s Stevie Coales teams up with Elz the Witch and Bex from Xbox On to play Rainbow Six Extraction. Can they survive the containment zone, take out some alien archaeans and extract? Watch to find out! Sponsored by Ubisoft.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction is a full standalone game inspired by Outbreak, Rainbow Six Siege’s 2018 PvE event where players faced hostiles infected by an alien parasite. Elz the Witch and Bex Bomb from Xbox On join IGN’s Stevie Coales to jump into the containment zone to handle the archaean threat and see how many objectives they can succesfully complete.

In Rainbow Six Extraction (formerly known as Rainbow Six Quarantine) operators from Rainbow Six Siege have joined REACT (Rainbow Exogenous Analysis & Containment Team) so familiar operators such as Doc, Sledge, Alibi, Ela and Hibana are available to play. Operators will go MIA if they lose all their health and be encased in a yellow foam for their protection, launch and MIA rescue mission to retrieve your lost operator. Developed by Ubisoft, Rainbow Six Extraction is out now on Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC.

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