Ubisoft’s highly anticipated Rainbow Six Mobile is set to begin its Closed Alpha in select regions on May 3rd.
Earlier this month, Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Mobile, a new free-to-play game that is set to bring the core gameplay of Rainbow Six Siege to your mobile devices. The game was planned to release sometime this year, and today the devs announed the first closed alpha will kick off next week.
The Closed Alpha starts on May 3rd, and it will be geographically limited to USA, Mexico and Canada to selected participants. This Alpha testing will include two game modes (Secure Area and Bomb),and players will be able to try out up to 16 Operators and compete in two of the iconic Rainbow Six maps: Bank and Border.
If you are in these mentioned countries and have an Android device, you can try your luck by signing up on the official website. If selected, you will be informed via email. All selected participants will receive a unique code to download the game.
In the dev diary above, creative director, Justin Swan, has explained that as it is a very early version of the game, players are expected to experience bugs, server instability, face bots, etc. The devs have requested players to report these issues via the in-game survey or through their official Discord Server.
Players from other regions shouldn’t worry much, as Ubisoft plans to expand their testing to other regions soon. So keep following us for the latest updates.