Rainbow Six Quarantine Rumored for E3 as Ubisoft's Entire Show Continues to Leak

Rainbow Six Quarantine Rumored for E3 as Ubisoft's Entire Show Continues to Leak

Ubisoft loses another game to E3 leaks.

Ubisoft is reportedly going to announce a new Rainbow Six game at E3 titled Rainbow Six Quarantine. The rumor states that unlike Rainbow Six Siege, Quarantine will be a PvE shooter.

The rumor comes from Nibel, who along with video game industry analyst Daniel Ahmad, revealed that Ubisoft is working on a PvE Rainbow Six shooter. This news came after Kotaku's Jason Schreier first mentioned several Ubisoft games in development under code names.

Rainbow Six Quarantine seems to have been in development under the codename "Pioneer" and is the latest leak in Ubisoft's press conference. The new Watch Dogs Legion, which is set in a post-Brexit U.K. was also leaked earlier this week on Amazon U.K. That game is set in the hacker universe of Watch Dogs but will let players control any NPC and experience the story from their perspective.

Not to mention the fact that the new Ghost Recon Breakpoint was also leaked ahead of its official reveal, making Ubisoft's one of the leakiest press conferences at this year's E3 2019.

There is another codenamed game Ubisoft is working on according to Schreier. This one is titled "Orpheus," and it's apparently a small-scale RPG with an art style inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It was previously suggested that Orpheus was scaled like Breath of the Wild, but Schreier clarified that it was just the art style that would be similar.

We'll hopefully see all these games and more at Ubisoft's E3 press conferences. For start times, schedules, and more check out our complete E3 2019 guide.

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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