Co-op shooter 'Rainbow Six Quarantine' revealed at E3 2019

What you need to know

  • Ubisoft has revealed Rainbow Six Quarantine.
  • The game is a first-person shooter set in a horror setting.
  • It features co-op gameplay, breaking away from competitive multiplayer.
  • It's expected to launch in 2020.

Today, Ubisoft revealed Rainbow Six Quarantine for Xbox One and other platforms. The game should launch in 2020, focusing on player vs. enemy (PvE) combat in a horror setting. While Rainbow Six Siege doubled down player vs. player (PvP), Rainbow Six Quarantine offers a shift to PvE. There were rumors that the game would be showcased at E3 2019, but the title looks even more intriguing than first imagined. Hopefully the developer will showcase gameplay soon because we want to see what we're up against.

Rainbow Six Quarantine looks a lot like Resident Evil 7 and other first-person horror games like Outlast. However, given its co-op nature, it may be more along the lines of Left 4 Dead. We don't know much about the game at this time. What do you think about Rainbow Six Quarantine? Let us know.

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