Ubisoft is now inviting players to sign up and try Rainbow Six Mobile’s closed beta test. The test will allow players who have signed up for the closed beta to get a chance to play the mobile version of the first-person shooter. If you’re someone who plays a lot of Rainbow Six Siege, this game may be perfect for you.
The hype train is in full force! 😀 Thank you Operators for all your messages & excitement today. The #R6M Closed Beta begins Monday, *North American time*. Once we're live you'll be the first to know! 🙌
— Rainbow Six Mobile (@Rainbow6Mobile) September 10, 2022
Rainbow Six Mobile is free-to-play and sees players go head-to-head in 5v5 or “Attack vs Defense” matches. As the name suggests, attackers will need to gain information about their enemy by deploying drones and breaching “walls, floors, and ceilings.” Meanwhile, members of the defense team will have to make sure their information is secure with spy cameras and traps.
While we want to stress that mobile devices in “this test do not represent the final list of launch devices” and that “the content and quality of the game is still in development,” the developer and publisher, Ubisoft, is citing a closed beta will launch tomorrow, September 12, in select countries: the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Philippines, Singapore, and India.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any Europeans or players with Apple devices will be able to get involved just yet.