Rainbow Six Mobile beta, Ubisoft's tactical FPS

Rainbow Six Mobile beta, Ubisoft's tactical FPS

After a first alpha phase reserved to some regions a few months ago, the beta of Rainbow Six Mobile is now playable by a larger number of people. Let's discover together how to participate and play the game before the release, but also the content that this new phase of test of the tactical FPS from Ubisoft studio has in store for us.

A new map for the beta

Announced via a trailer at the Ubisoft Forward event, the Rainbow Six Mobile beta is available now on Android. The two maps already present during the alpha, Bank and Frontier, are joined by Clubhouse, also from R6 Siege.

We also note the addition of a system of daily and weekly quests and a Battle Pass to unlock rewards, as well as tickets to use to play an agent and unlock it permanently. Indeed, at the launch of the game, only ATK and DEF recruits will be unlocked.

To play with the other 16 characters, you must use tickets to try out the agent for one round. Once you have spent enough tickets, the agent will finally be unlocked for good. Despite the different modes and maps, only one type of game is available at a time and it changes every hour.

How to register for the Rainbow Six Mobile beta?

To register for the Rainbow Six Mobile beta, simply go to the game's official website and fill out the form. If you are selected to participate in the test phases, you will receive the Google Play Store link by email to download the game. For the moment, we don't have any information about a possible beta on iOS, but you can still pre-register to be informed about the game.

Rainbow Six Mobile beta gameplay

That's it for the Rainbow Six Mobile beta. Although there are still a lot of adjustments to be made, the development seems to be well advanced, which may lead to an official release soon. To make sure you don't miss any news about your favorite games, I'll redirect you to our page dedicated to mobile news.

Alco A fan of video games, SF, comics, cinema and new technologies, he is a bit of a geek cliché, but he assumes it.

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