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After spending a few hours with the co-op focused Rainbow Six Extraction it’s safe to say that Ubisoft’s “Left 4 Dead but super tactical” experiment is shaping up very nicely.

Here's some gameplay from our recent hands-on.

And here's a snippet from our preview.
Rainbow Six Extraction is as engaging when you’re dealing with a singular threat or scouting up ahead as it is when you’re facing off a rush of attackers and scrambling to jump through an open window to create a bit of distance. Even when you’re fending off waves, setting up a room with defences and being ‘tactically aware’ is paramount.

Bringing it back to Siege, the key thing to keep in mind is that Extraction benefits from the robust systems, Operators, gadgets, and mechanics that have been honed for several years. The scanning and then shooting a threat through a wall, setting up a makeshift barricade, sending off a drone via remote control on a portable display. It all works flawlessly.

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