THE Rainbow Six Mobile Beta test will start on 12th September 2022. 

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How To Sign Up For Rainbow Six Mobile Beta

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Ubisoft announced details of the upcoming beta test for Rainbow Six Mobile during the Ubisoft Forward stream.
Compared to the alpha test done in May, more regions have been added to the beta test.

Ubisoft announced that it was bringing Rainbow Six Siege to mobile back in April this year. Today, during the Ubisoft Forward stream, the developer revealed more details about Rainbow Six Mobile and the beta test. Justin Swan, creative director of Rainbow Six Mobile invited players to participate in the closed beta test starting on 12th September 2022.

How To Sign Up For Rainbow Six Mobile Beta

Players can sign up for Rainbow Six Mobile beta by visiting the Google Play Store app page and hitting the Pre-register button. As of now, the Rainbow Six Mobile beta is coming to the following countries:

  • Philippines

  • India

  • Singapore

  • USA

  • Canada

  • Mexico

  • Brazil

Unfortunately, iOS users will have to wait to try out the mobile game. Ubisoft will be announcing details of an iOS beta test sometime in the future. Players who successfully get into the beta test will be notified once the beta starts off on 12th September.

Ubisoft has adapted their hit PC game for the smaller screen.

The Rainbow Six Mobile beta will offer players a chance to try the new operator unlock and progression systems. This will include a ticket system to unlock operators and daily challenges to complete a battle pass. The beta test will also include a new map called The Clubhouse (as seen in the trailer). Two other maps that will be coming to the game are the Bank and the Border.

A total of 16 operators are coming to the Rainbow Six Mobile Beta. 

The Rainbow Six Mobile beta will feature 16 operators and game modes like Bomb and Secure Area, as seen in the alpha tests. The game will also come with some gameplay and graphical improvements including a more streamlined menu, a voice chat feature, and cross-play.

The developer had previously conducted closed alpha tests for Rainbow Six Mobile in May this year for three regions; the United States of America, Mexico, and Canada. With the beta test, they’re expanding to big Asian mobile gaming markets like India, the Philippines, and Singapore. As of now, the device requirements for the game have not been revealed however, Ubisoft has said that “the mobile devices in this test do not represent the final list of devices for launch”.


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