Rainbow Six Extraction It is released on January 20 on different platforms with some graphic differences depending on the generation or power. The technical director Bruno Lalonde has confirmed in an interview with MP1st the resolution and framerate data of this shooter cooperative, although as usual, we will have to wait for the launch to see a more detailed analysis of each system.
On PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X the new Rainbow Six “aim” at 4K resolution and 60fps, which indicates that you will probably use a dynamic resolution that varies depending on the situation. In Xbox One and PlayStation 4 “aim” at 1080p and 30 frames per second, while in the most powerful PCs it can reach up to 120 fps – here you can find out your computer requirements. There’s no mention of performance on the Xbox Series S, which typically offers 60 fps with a lower resolution than Series X, or the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X models – which should give a more stable experience than the original consoles.
Cooperation against a strange threat
In Rainbow Six Extraction Players will face a parasitic threat by putting themselves in the shoes of known agents in Rainbow Six Siege, alone or with up to two friends. They should coordinate in the use of tools and in the advancement through the containment zones to fulfill missions with varied objectives, all with certain touch roguelike that adds randomness to each mission and with a progression system that promises to incentivize risk. You can learn more about the title in our advance.
“The agents of Rainbow Six unite against A Common Enemy: The Deadly Threat of the Archaea“Says Ubisoft.” Gather your team and risk it all in the containment zones. Knowledge, cooperation and tactical approach will be your best weapons against this deadly threat. Team up and play it all against this unknown enemy. “