The Tom Clancy series of games has been around since around 2001, and currently has over 10 titles in the franchise. Soon, another game will be added to the popular gaming collection. 

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Mobile is on its way to devices very soon, with Ubisoft releasing a teaser trailer and first-look images for the title. 

Many, if not all Tom Clancy titles fall heavily on team work and tactical planning, and it seems that Rainbow Six Mobile will be no different. 

The franchise has announced many exciting things for this year (2022), including a new map and operator being revealed for Rainbow Six Siege, and it appears as though Ubisoft is not done there. 

Tactical plans are just as easy as on console / Picture Credit: Ubisoft
Tactical plans are just as easy as on console / Picture Credit: Ubisoft

Ubisoft announced yesterday (April 5th, 2022) that Rainbow Six Mobile, a new free-to-play tactical first-person shooter from the Rainbow six franchise, will be coming to iOS and Android later this year (2022). 

Led by a new and devoted team at Ubisoft Montreal, Rainbow Six Mobile is set to give players a true Rainbow Six Siege experience, in which tactical gameplay combines with exciting action. 

Users will be able to go head-to-head in 5v5 PvP (player versus player) matches in the base game mode, Attack vs. Defense

Attackers are able to deploy observation drones in order to obtain intel, and strategically break through walls, ceilings and floors, while defenders barricade every entry point, and utilise spy cameras or traps to secure the location. 

By mixing tactical ideas and plans with teamwork, players can experience the thrilling close-call combat, as they switch between attacking and defending. 

Attack or Defend, your choice / Picture Credit: Ubisoft
Attack or Defend, your choice / Picture Credit: Ubisoft

The game allows players to completely customize a team of highly-trained operators from the Rainbow Six universe, each one with their own specialised skills, weapons and gadgets. The mobile game will also reintroduce well-known from Rainbow Six Siege. 

With the stakes through the roof, and only one life to spare, players need to get to know their environments, adapt to their location, and master the art of fortifying locations and breaching enemy territory to lead their team to victory. 

Rainbow Six Mobile has been developed and optimised for mobile platforms, with exclusive modes and customisable controls to fit players’ level of comfort to play on the go. 

Players can now sign up for a chance to participate in upcoming tests at 

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Mobile will arrive later in 2022. 

Written by Melissa, who you can follow on Twitter @melissajournal

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