Soon, a beta test will be conducted for Rainbow Six Mobile, the planned mobile version of the well-known competitive first-person shooter Rainbow Six Siege.
In May, Ubisoft previously tested the restricted alpha version of Rainbow Six Mobile. However, before the game is made available to the general public, the company now wants to invite additional players to participate in the fun.
The free-to-play shooter Rainbow Six Mobile, unveiled in April 2022, is a mobile version of Rainbow Six Siege.
While maintaining much of the fundamental gameplay that makes Rainbow Six Siege a smart option among fans of competitive shooters, the game is believed to have been constructed from the ground up.
This indicates that the “Attackers vs. Defenders” idea and a roster of Operators, each with their own specific powers, will remain in Rainbow Six Mobile.
During the recently televised Ubisoft Forward event, Ubisoft revealed information on the Rainbow Six Mobile beta test. The business said interested gamers in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the Philippines, Singapore, and India might sign up for a chance to take part in the private beta test beginning on September 12.
Although Ubisoft has previously said that Rainbow Six Mobile would be compatible with both Android and iOS devices, only Android players are presently eligible to participate in the restricted beta test.
Those chosen will have the opportunity to test out Rainbow Six Mobile’s new Operator unlock and advancement systems, which come with a free battle pass, daily challenges, and a new level called the Clubhouse.
According to Ubisoft, the limited beta test will include 16 Operators, including well-known selections like Ash, Sledge, and Hibana, and material from earlier test rounds like the Bomb and Secure Area game, which will be used to type the Bank and Border maps.
Beta testers may also anticipate aesthetic and gameplay enhancements over the game’s alpha release.
Ubisoft also released a teaser displaying several gameplay clips from Rainbow Six Mobile in its pre-beta stage, along with the beta test announcement.
Environmental destruction is again a crucial component of the action in Rainbow Six Mobile, and Rainbow Six Siege fans should notice many more parallels immediately.
The most recent teaser shows that fortifications and deployable shields are also common in Rainbow Six Mobile.
A rising number of Ubisoft brands are making their way to mobile devices, including Rainbow Six Mobile.
Since Rainbow Six Mobile doesn’t yet have a release date, it’s still unclear whether the game will be as successful as Rainbow Six Siege.
But now that the beta test is over, more players will at least be able to enjoy what the game has to offer.