Ubisoft is reportedly set to rebrand Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine, its upcoming cooperative shooter, expanding on the universe of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The sci-fi successor to its multiplayer hit was first unveiled back at E3 2019, portraying a world ravished by an alien parasite. The COVID-19 pandemic soon put those plans on hold, and while development reportedly continued, the premise gained newfound weight in light of current world events.

A new report alleges Ubisoft has finalized new branding, adopting Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Parasite as the latest image for the project. Unreleased assets related to the title were first unveiled by MP1ST, following a file uploaded to PlayStation Network, documented as the 1.01 “initial launch patch.” That includes alleged key art with Parasite branding, portraying existing Operator Elżbieta “Ela” Bosak sporting protective gear.

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Speculation around a new title for the Rainbow Six Quarantine project has circulated for some time, after multiple delays pushing its launch beyond its initial 2020 launch plans. Previously absent from multiple Ubisoft press conferences, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot recently suggested the company was evaluating the title’s branding ahead of launch. “On Rainbow Six Quarantine, we are creating a product that is actually – as it’s named today – it is something we are evaluating and we’ll see what comes in the future on that product,” Guillemot stated in a recent earnings call.




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