Ubisoft, creator of the title Rainbox Six, a tactical shooter game, has confirmed that it is working on a mobile version, a title that will have the same locations that we can find in the version for PC and consoles.
According to Ubisoft, the game has been created from scratch taking into account the gameplay offered by mobile devices and will be optimized for a large number of smartphones and tablets. Like most of this type of title, Rainbox Six Mobile will hit the market in free-to-play mode.
The game will include voice chat, a marking system to inform the rest of the players without having to speak, jcross play between iOS and Android devices and the maps will be the same as those available in the PC and console version in 5v5 combat. In addition, it will also include the Safe Area and Bomb mode.
According to Justin Swan, creative director of this version of Rainbow Six for mobile:
The maps are more or less the same, the destruction has been changed a bit and other small things have been optimized.
He also states that some features have been removed which, due to the limitations of a touch interface, cannot be used in the same way as playing on a PC or console.
This version will also include a operator unlock progression system. After 3 years of development, Ubisoft allows users who want to try the alpha version to sign up via the Ubisoft website.
On the same website you can access the most up-to-date information about everything that the version of Rainbow Six Mobile will offer us.
According to the release date, at the moment it is unknown, but it is most likely that it will be launched on the market before the end of the year.