Rebuilt Rainbow Six Mobile

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Mobile, a “ground up” rebuild of Rainbow Six Siege for mobile devices, has been announced by Ubisoft.

Rainbow Six Mobile, like Siege, is a 5v5 shooter with a tactical approach to securing objectives, and it was revealed today (April 5). Though no release date has been set, interested fans can sign up for a chance to play the game before it goes live by clicking here.

Rainbow Six Mobile will launch with five attackers (Ash, Sledge, Twitch, Thermite, and Hibana) and the same number of defenders (Ash, Sledge, Twitch, Thermite, and Hibana) (Caveira, Bandit, Smoke, Valkyrie, and Mute).

Although the game “looks incredibly similar,” Ubisoft explained in a blog post by the Rainbow Six Mobile development team that there will be numerous differences.


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Ubisoft is releasing a mobile game called Rainbow Six Mobile, which is supposed to be a “ground up” rebuild of Rainbow Six Siege. The game will launch with five attackers and the same number of defenders from Siege. In its blog post, Ubisoft said there will be numerous differences between the two games.

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