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Can I Run Rainbow Six Extraction On My Computer?
Rainbow Six Extraction, formerly known as Rainbow Six Quarantine, is the next upcoming installment of the Rainbow Six franchise, which was originally scheduled to be released mid-2020 but has been delayed now multiple times. Its current ETA is unknown but it is expected to be released sometime in mid-to-late 2021.
We do not yet have a confirmed list of system requirements from the developer, but the below is the best estimation at this present time. Additionally, we have suggested several PC builds at the bottom of this article which we believe will run the game.
If do not know what components are in your PC to compare against the minimum and recommend requirements listed below, check out our guide here on how to find these. WePC is in the process of putting together an online tool that can determine your PC’s ability to play any game, once this is done we shall update all our systems requirements pages to make the process that much easier!
The latest Rainbow Six game takes a departure from previous iterations – introducing a survival horror element to the proceedings, with your crack team of operators fighting against post-human monsters infected by a deadly parasite. Rather than PvP the game will be PvE in nature, and your team will be limited to three players fighting off the waves of enemies. Ela and Vigil, ‘operators’ from Rainbow Six Siege will be making an appearance, and expect the gunplay to feel very similar to the previous game.
Rainbow Six Extraction System Requirements
As stated we do not currently have the definitive system requirements for Rainbow Six Extraction, but the following are the best current estimate by the wider industry:
Rainbow Six Extraction Minimum System Requirements
What PC Do We Recommend To Play Rainbow Six Extraction?
To play Rainbow Six Extraction at 1080p on low settings, our best current estimate would be that one of our $600 or $700 builds is your best bet. If, however, you want to increase the resolution beyond this or up the graphics settings generally then going with a $1,500 build or higher would be recommended.
If you want a ready-assembled PC, then one of our prebuilds for less than $800 will likely play the game at 1080p on the low graphical settings no problem. For higher resolutions and/or settings, the $1,500 pre-built PC will do the job for you.
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