Rainbow Six Extraction offers up another lethal dose of tactical FPS action. This time around, you’re not battling other human Operators, but instead are pooling your abilities, resources and weaponry together to take on an evolving Alien threat. Making things more interesting are the various moving parts that can dynamically change each mission. The way the Sprawl behaves, the mission itself, the enemies you face and of course the Operator you choose to go with. It promises to offer a ton of replayability and plenty of fun in multiplayer. But what if you want to play Rainbow Six Extraction offline or in single-player with some AI teammates. Is that possible? Here’s everything you need to know.
Is Rainbow Six Extraction Single-Player? Answered
Yes, Rainbow Six Extraction can be played solo as noted on the game’s website.
The game has been marketed as a predominantly co-op experience you’ll enjoy with other players, but solo play is also possible.
Can You Play Offline?
Rainbow Six Extraction can be played offline. An offline mode will be available who don’t have a stable internet connection or just prefer to play their games without an internet connection.
This isn’t the only way to play solo, however. Player should also be able to play an online game in an empty lobby if they really wanted to, though it should be noted that it remains to be seen how the game will scale difficulty to the number of players in a lobby, if at all.
That’s everything you need to know on Rainbow Six Extraction single-player and offline modes. For more tips, tricks and guides, head over to our wiki or see more of our coverage on the game below.
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