In a world where two games share a common fate, Riders Republic and Rainbow Six Extraction both are pushing back their September launch dates. Ubisoft has announced that they’re delaying both “to create more opportunities for players to test, play live, and provide feedback to ensure we’re delivering to the best experiences for the market.” Riders Republic is only on a short two-month detour while Extraction kicked off in January.
Rainbow Six Extraction only appeared to reveal its new name and release date announcement last month. Previously announced on September 16, Extraction has now been moved to an unspecified January 2022 date.
“Our ambition with Rainbow Six Extraction is to deliver an official AAA experience that changes the way you play and think about cooperative games,” said Ubisoft. “We are seizing the opportunity to take the extra time to bring this vision to life the way it should by January 2022.”
Riders Republic will move from September 2 to October 28. Ubisoft also mentioned wanting players to participate in the game’s upcoming beta, which they will share more soon.
“This will be your first entry into this vast multiplayer arena, and we’d love to hear what you think,” Ubisoft said. “This will give us more time to refine the experience and give you another chance to get started before launch and provide feedback.”
Riders Republic is ranked as one of the RPS’s E3’s best game This year, in which Colm compared it to Slope too seriously. “Riders Republic looks like a fun-loving, careless cousin in the world. It might be a bit too much fun if those raccoon heads show up, but I’m still hoping for mountain biking and skiing.” snowboard will cancel any of that.”
As for the Extraction, it’s a Left 4 Dead-the same. Alice B said everyone should keep making new L4D games because lawn mowing zombie co-op is still a bygone era.