Rainbow Six Quarantine: Leak of the specs and gameplay scenes

Rainbow Six Quarantine: Leak of the specs and gameplay scenes

Rainbow Six Quarantine

Whatever the name of the game, system requirements as part of the Rainbow Six Quarantine technical test have been leaked online. Whether these are really final cannot of course be determined without any doubt before official confirmations from Ubisoft. According to the leak, the minimum requirements on the PC, for 30 frames per second on FullHD, are based on a GTX 960 GPU and an Intel i5-4460 CPU. The recommended hardware, i.e. for 60 frames per second instead of 30 with also FullHD resolution, is in the range of a GTX 1660Ti GPU and an Intel i7-4790K CPU. According to the leak, 60GB hard disk space is required either way.

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Minimum requirements

CPU: AMD Ryzen3 1200 or Intel i5-4460

GPU: Radeon R9 290X 4GB or Nvidia GTX 960 4GB


Operating system: Windows 10

Hard disk space: 60GB


CPU: AMD Ryzen5 1500X or Intel i7-4790K

GPU: Radeon RX580 8GB or Nvidia GTX 1660Ti 6GB


Operating system: Windows 10

Hard disk space: 60GB

In terms of requirements, the new PvE co-op shooter seems easy to be more demanding than its predecessor, Rainbow Six Siege. While we put our skills to the test against other players in Rainbow Six Siege, especially in PvP mode, in Quarantine we should proceed against infected people like the Rainbow Six Siege event Outbreak. The event was so well received as a time-limited game mode that Ubisoft developed its own offshoot in the Tom Clancy Universe from the short game mode.

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Official information is still pending

In addition to the system requirements, multiple gameplay recordings have been diligently uploaded. Just as diligently, however, the scenes are legally shot down and taken down by Ubisoft, because sometimes hours of game material have been published despite NDA. In addition to the obvious visual similarity to Rainbow Six Siege, complete mission sequences are shown there, which alternate between sneaking and firing phases. The well-known customization of the weapon setup is also represented in the, albeit much smaller, operator choice (including Ela, Finka, Vigil and Tachanka). We do not link the content at this point.

The release is planned for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 around mid-2021. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S have not yet been officially announced, but a release seems likely. It is not yet known when Ubisoft will reveal further specific information. Actually, the game should have been released in 2020, but was then postponed. Last but not least, we owe the current leaks to the "Technical Test", which has recently been taking place in a small group and under a nondisclosure agreement. ) {ratgeber.getWidgetOutput ("e3ae3d47-e2a8-4406-aeb8-46610b71540f", "rgTable-1", "table", "fallback");});

Rainbow Six Parasite gameplay leak features Rainbow Six Siege operators

Rainbow Six Parasite – Alien Siege (pic: Ubisoft)

Ubisoft’s sci-fi Rainbow Six spin-off, the game previously known as Quarantine, has leaked online and it’s surprisingly similar to Siege.

The unavoidable problems caused by the pandemic have made it so that if anything goes wrong with a game’s development for another reason it’s very difficult to tell, but something has definitely been going on with Rainbow Six Parasite.

First announced in June 2019, as Rainbow Six Quarantine, nothing has been seen about the game in public beyond a pre-rendered teaser and yet it’s supposed to be out this year.

You can only speculate as to why there’s been so much secrecy but as ever leaks have managed to fill the gap in knowledge and a lengthy gameplay video has turned up on Facebook Gaming, from an ongoing technical test.

Although we can’t embed the video it’s still live if you click through the link here, even though Ubisoft keep taking it down from YouTube.



The quality isn’t great, and you can see the watermarks in the background that are supposed to stop exactly this sort of leak happening, but it clearly shows the game in action as you fight alien creatures called Archaeans.

That’s not something you’d expect to be doing in a Rainbow Six game but rather than being Rainbow Six in name only the footage shows that several operators from Rainbow Six Siege featured, complete with their established abilities like decoy holograms and unique weapons.

The gunplay seems to be essentially identical and there are also features from Siege like reinforcing walls so enemies can’t break through them so easily, or smashing through them yourself.

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The plot seems to revolve around some sort of infection, so the Archaean may actually be mutated humans, with Ubisoft previously describing the game as a squad-based survival first person shooter.

The emphasis is clearly on PvE action and it seems that the game is essentially an expansion of the popular Outbreak mode from a few years ago, which is one of the few times that Rainbow Six Siege has emphasised PvE action.

When Ubisoft will reveal more about the game in public is a mystery but based on the leaked footage it looks pretty close to completion.

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