Rainbow Six Quarantine is the newest game in the series since Rainbow Six Siege. Revealed at E3 2019, this game is a coop shooter game. In the game, the operator must face a new alien parasite that infects humans. Ubisoft has provided very little information about the game over the past year, leading some to assume that the Rainbow Six Quarantine might launch in 2021.
But, one of the websites of Australian retailer MightyApe may have accidentally leaked the release date of Rainbow Six Quarantine, placing the game’s launch the week before Christmas, on 18 December 2020. PlayStation 5’s Rainbow Six Quarantine list shows a specific date, while all other lists for the game on the MightyApe website show September 30, which we believe to be a Q3 placeholder.
The release date leaked by the retailer is nothing new. Sometimes, the information entered on the booking page in advance is ahead of schedule. However, often retailers will also place this type of date as a placeholder, and year-end is often chosen for that purpose.
While that’s all just speculation for now, Ubisoft has kept fans in the dark about a possible Rainbow Six Quarantine release date, instead focusing on their other AAA titles such as Watch Dogs Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Far Cry 6 and the new successor of Steep, Riders Republic.