Ubisoft is set to host its first all-digital conference on July 12th, where they will showcase the studio’s upcoming titles and more.
Ubisoft has confirmed to unveil new footage of their anticipated releases such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Hyper Scape, and more. But apart from that Ubisoft mentioned there will be a few surprises along the Ubisoft Forward live-stream, which is where we might get some more details about the upcoming Rainbow Six: Quarantine game.
However, it is just a speculation right now, as Ubisoft has not confirmed to release any footage of the new Tom Clancy title.
Back in E3 2019, Ubisoft first revealed Rainbow Six: Quarantine and since then we have not received any update about it. So now with E3 2020 being cancelled because of COVID-19, the online Ubisoft Forward event is going to replace it. And it is most likely to be the place where Ubisoft finally sheds some new light to the new Rainbow Six title.
Rainbow Six: Quarantine
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine is a three-player tactical co-op game set several years in the future of the Rainbow Six universe. Rainbow Six Quarantine is being developed by an entirely new team at Ubisoft Montreal, who were inspired by the long-standing brand legacy of tactical co-op shooters and the varied cast of operators from Rainbow Six Siege, to develop something that is truly more than the sum of its parts.
Right now we know that the game will feature operators from Rainbow Six Siege, as we can see Ela and Vigil in the teaser trailer. The game might also feature more operators like Lion and Finka, who were introduced during the outbreak event, but nothing has been confirmed as of now. As we reported earlier Quarantine still has a release date in 2020, but the COVID-19 situation might delay things further.
Ubisoft Forward stream will start at 11 AM PDT on July 12th. Viewers will also be able to grab a free copy of Watch Dogs 2 on PC by logging in to their Uplay account during the event. You can catch the live-stream on ubisoft.com/Forward, YouTube, and Twitch.