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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction is already available on PlayStation, Xbox (including Xbox Game Pass) and PC consoles, and a video has just been shared that shows us its graphic and performance capabilities on each of the platforms, so if you are interested in knowing what the best version, we invite you to continue reading.

Have you already tried this cooperative from Ubisoft?

Ubisoft’s new bet offers us a cooperative multiplayer that looks quite promising and, as usual with major releases, the community is wondering how well it looks on each of the consoles and PC.

Due to this, and to please all the fans, the ElAnalistaDeBits YouTube channel returns to the fray to show us a detailed comparison of each of the most important aspects of its versions.

Here you can see it:

To begin with, the channel mentions that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions run at dynamic 2160p (slightly better on the Microsoft console), maintaining a frame rate of 60 frames per second. Meanwhile, on PC you can play at a stable resolution of 2160p, and on Xbox Series S you can get 1440p.

ElAnalistaDeBits also mentions that on the latest generation consoles Rainbow Six Extraction has a graphic mode that reduces its resolution to 1080p, all this to guarantee stability at 60 fps, which causes an improvement in shadows and lighting, although it does not recommend playing it that way .

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Finally, the video considers that the load times in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction they are a bit high in all versions, but he still feels that Ubisoft did a solid job that can be improved in the future.

Which version do you like the most? Tell us in the comments.

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