There’s some fresh news regarding the locations for the closed beta of Rainbow Six Mobile along with the other major Ubisoft AAA title on its way to mobile, Tom Clancey’s The Division Resurgence, and we finally might know the locations where the close beta will be taking place for the former while we have gotten a bunch of information the latter along with gameplay footage.
Rainbow Six Mobile will be organizing its first closed beta test in seven different regions from September 12, 2022, namely Canada, the US, Mexico, Brazil, Singapore, the Philippines, and India for both Android and iOS. All players who wish to take part in the game’s closed beta must pre-register for the game on their respective platforms ahead of launch.
Rainbow Six Mobile has previously teased the locations for the closed beta test
News of the closed beta in fall first arrived last month when it was revealed that players would be able to try out the game in Fall this year. The official community accounts have been quite active so players have been kept up to date on the progress in terms of development and upcoming announcements and recently, they tweeted out at the community, poking fun at the fact that they missed a teaser.
And with the internet being the internet, as soon as that was posted the hunt was on and now we know that the closed beta will now be taking place in the three regions, the US, Brazil, and the Philippines since their flags were hidden in a post.
At this point, it is pretty much confirmed however we are set to get more information on both these games during the Ubisoft Forward event set to take place on September 10 at 9:00 PM CEST / 12:00 PM PT. So far, here’s what we know.
First off, Clubhouse is the new map coming to Rainbow Six Mobile. It’s a pretty challenging map with plenty of space for close-quarters combat and multiple floors. The game really looks quite impressive.
The Division Resurgence shows promising early gameplay footage
The Division Resurgence also shows quite a bit of promise with impressive footage that shows how the game’s combat looks right now. The game is set before Division 1 but also expands to content before Division 2. It’s set in New York and we got to know a bit about mission locations, progression, classes, and more. It was also said that the game has already had a closed alpha with positive responses.
All that being said, this is exciting news indeed as two of the biggest upcoming AAA mobile games from one of gaming’s largest development giants edge closer to release.
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