Ubisoft announces Rainbow Six Mobile for iOS and Android, here’s how you can register for early access

Ubisoft announces Rainbow Six Mobile for iOS and Android, here’s how you can register for early access

Ubisoft has announced that it’s bringing its popular tactical FPS, Rainbow Six Siege, to mobile. The company says that the mobile version of the game, aptly named Rainbow Six Mobile, will bring the core gameplay of the PC and console versions to both iOS and Android devices.

According to Ubisoft’s announcement, Rainbow Six Mobile will be a “competitive and tactical FPS game with two teams of 5 — Attackers and Defenders,” much like the original title. But, despite the similarities, Rainbow Six Mobile will not be a one-to-one port of the PC/console versions with optimized UI and controls for touch screens. Instead, Ubisoft has built the mobile version from the ground up with mobile usability in mind. Thanks to this, the game will offer a completely new gameplay control system, UI optimizations for mobile devices, and optimized in-game visuals. However, you can’t play the game right now.

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Ubisoft plans to start live testing Rainbow Six Mobile with a limited number of players over the next few weeks. If you’re a Rainbow Six Siege fan and can’t wait to give the mobile version a shot, here’s how you can register to get early access:

  • Head over to the official Rainbow Six Mobile website
  • Click on the Register button in the top-right corner
  • Select the platform you wish to play the game on (Android or iOS)
  • Log in with your Ubisoft account
  • Complete the following survey, and you’re done!

Note that registering for Rainbow Six Mobile does not guarantee early access. Ubisoft will likely shortlist users based on the survey responses, and there’s a chance you may not make the cut. At the moment, Ubisoft has not revealed the final release date. We’ll let you know as soon as we have more details.


Source: Ubisoft

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Pranob Mehrotra
Pranob Mehrotra

A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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