Looking forwards to playing this one. Today, Ubisoft revealed further details about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction, the next mainline installment in the Rainbow Six franchise. a deep operator progression system, four [&hellip
Undeserving of the Tom Clancy title.
A bit harsh to say if you have not played the final game yet as it may be ok.
Theres a big info dump on the game behind the scenes. Originally, this game was supposed to be some $40 spinoff. Then Ubisoft wanted this to become a AAA quality title with a campaign mode and more content and a $60 tag. Due to Covid last year, the campaign got scrapped as well as other things, and the only thing left was the extra operators and maps, yet the price was still $60. The entire game is just built to sell cosmetics and nothing else. Looking at Siege right now I think the skins are way over the top, but extraction goes even worse in this regard and turns the characters into that weird guy from tiktok with the lights in his mouth. The actual game is just very boring defend the point and repetitive objectives that are just chores to get coins to buy skins. There is no interesting gameplay to be had with this title, it's just a tool for literally "extracting" money.
If you'ree refering to it being uprooted from realism then I get where you are coming from. Tom Clancy titles typically have that gritty tone where you can almost imagine it happening somewhere. This not so much, though it may still be entertaining.
For one Tom Clancy has stories about international crime syndicates and Government conspiracies. This chooses to be neither Rainbow Six nor Tom Clancy, literally pissing on two graves with one stream.
It's just the same as seige aka dlc spin off. I think them days of the full rainbow 6 games are gone now, would absolutely love eg a Vegas 3 single player plus multiplayer etc
Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was amazingly fun but I played it local co-op. Truly underrated imo and would love a third game.
The cringe is over 9000 on this one, i wonder what Tom Clancy's family think of all this shit?
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