Ubisoft has actually clarified a report that suggested it had relabelled Rainbow Six Quarantine to Rainbow Six Parasite.
Recently, Ubisoft informed financiers the game’s name would likely alter as a result of the ongoing pandemic. Then, overnight, art work identified by MP1st appeared to reveal the game with a brand-new “Parasite” name and logo.But Ubisoft has now issued a declaration stating this name merely reflects the video game’s internal test develop – and that a brand-new, last name would be revealed soon.
“While we just recently shared that we will be changing the name of Rainbow Six Quarantine, ‘Parasite’ is just a placeholder that our internal groups utilize,” a Ubisoft representative told Eurogamer.
“Recently, we ran an internal test for the game and a few of its details became public. We can confirm this is a peek of the upcoming video game, and we will share more information, including the main name, soon. “
Quarantine test build artwork.A co-op PVE shooter in a comparable style to Left 4 Dead, Ubisoft originally revealed Quarantine back at E3 2019 with a number of gritty videos – such as the one above – when the word ‘pandemic’ was still mostly synonymous with a film starring Gwyneth Paltrow.
Last October, with bit more exposed about the video game or its development progress, Ubisoft postponed Quarantine and numerous other tasks due to the effect of Covid.Quarantine was initially revealed for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. The new leaked art work referenced the game’s PS4 variation, so it’s a winner that’s still on despite the delay.Previously set for
launch in 2020, the video game will now come to some point this year, though a last release date has yet to be confirmed.