Rainbow Six Extraction fuses with MSI Crosshair 15 for $1,999 brand synergy laptop

Msi Rainbow Six Extraction Laptop
Msi Rainbow Six Extraction Laptop (Image credit: MSI)

What you need to know

  • Rainbow Six Extraction and MSI's Crosshair 15 gaming laptop are having a crossover.
  • The Extraction-themed PC will start at $1,999.
  • It will feature the latest Intel processors, heavyweight NVIDIA GPUs, and all the specs necessary to run Extraction without issue.

Rainbow Six Extraction is on the way, as is its special tie-in PC courtesy of MSI. Ubisoft and MSI have teamed up to produce the Crosshair 15, a powerful laptop packing the hardware necessary to play Extraction without issue and look stylish while doing so.

If you're not familiar with Rainbow Six Extraction, know that it's the renamed Rainbow Six Quarantine, a Siege spinoff announced a long time ago. Whereas Siege was a special PvP experience, Extraction is going to emphasize the PvE co-op experience.

Now you can look forward to playing Extraction on a laptop custom-built to remind you that you're playing Extraction. It's sickly yellow and grayish black, the two thematic colors of the Ubisoft game, and it features slick aesthetic textures and touches that further evoke the sense of you being a high-tech special forces soldier in the field rather than just a geek playing a Ubisoft game.

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CategoryCrosshair 15 R6 Extraction Ed.
Operating SystemWindows 11 Home
Display15.6 inches
ProcessorUp to 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900H processor
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA RTX 3070 Laptop GPU (8GB)
MemoryUp to 64GB
Storage1TB SSD
Camera30fps @720p
Ports1x USB 3.2 Type-C
2x USB 3.2 Type-A
1x USB 2.0 Type-A
Audio2x 2W stereo speakers
1x audio combo jack
Nahimic 3 Audio Enhancer
Hi-Res Audio Ready

It's your call if the laptop's aesthetics and hardware justify its price. But if you're not sold, then check out the best gaming laptops for alternatives that might be better suited to your tastes. Or check out the unending onslaught of laptop announcements happening thanks to CES 2022, wherein you're sure to find a new favorite machine to spend on or watchlist.

Robert Carnevale

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