Rainbow Six Mobile Beta Test: Clubhouse map revealed during the GameSpot Swipe Mobile Showcase – A brand-new map named Clubhouse for the forthcoming Rainbow Six Mobile game was unveiled at the GameSpot Swipe Mobile Showcase. That will be included in the upcoming Beta test, which will be launched in seven regions this autumn. After Bank and Border, this will be the third map included.
Oh hi Operators! 😎 We’re way too excited to hold it in any longer (and once we hit post it’s too late 😈) to announce…. our Closed Beta is coming to SEVEN territories! Find out which ones, tomorrow 😉 https://t.co/FW3Agu3RYe pic.twitter.com/QZKiuI2TGx— Rainbow Six Mobile (@Rainbow6Mobile) September 9, 2022
On April 5, 2022, Ubisoft announced that Rainbow Six Siege, a well-liked PC and console game launched seven years prior, will be available on mobile devices. It’s interesting to see that Clubhouse was included right away in the 2015 lineup.
Rainbow Six Mobile Beta Test: Clubhouse map Overview
Hanover, Germany is included on the map, along with a complete bar, gambling tables, a cash room, a strip club, an armoury, etc. The clubhouse includes two storeys and a basement.
The Church and Arsenal chambers, two extremely formidable locations for defenders, are found in the basement. The Bar and Strip Club is located on the first floor. The second story is where the Cash Room, Gym, and Bedroom are situated.
Some players may have previously experienced the Bank and Border maps while participating in the game’s Closed-Alpha test. Fans are now eager to check out Clubhouse’s gameplay. Around September 10 at 12:00 PT, 3:00 EST, further information about the game will be revealed at Ubisoft Forward.
Hey Operators,— Rainbow Six Mobile (@Rainbow6Mobile) September 8, 2022
On September 10th, #R6M is headed to #UbiForward! We’ll be announcing all the territories AND start date for the Closed Beta! 😎
Justin Swan, our Creative Director will be sharing all the details. See you there! 🎉 👉 https://t.co/5ryeoiO1ZT pic.twitter.com/r5Oljd7m4m
In comparison to its PC cousin, Rainbow Six Mobile will share a lot of features. Crossplay with the computer or console versions won’t be available, though. The creators stated the following at the time the trailer was released:
“At first glance, many people might see Rainbow Six Mobile and think it looks incredibly similar to Siege, which is great! At its heart, Rainbow Six Mobile is a competitive and tactical FPS game with two teams of 5 – Attackers and Defenders. While core gameplay, characters, and maps may share similarities with Siege, we’ve rebuilt everything from the ground up with mobile usability in mind.”
The creators revealed the closed beta test, which will begin this autumn, on August 4. The precise date has not yet been disclosed. However, prospective users can begin pre-registering.
Calling all Operators 🎉 🔥— Rainbow Six Mobile (@Rainbow6Mobile) August 4, 2022
Ready your weapons and gadgets! #R6M‘s Closed Beta is coming this fall 🍂 🔥 Pre-register 👇
iOS: https://t.co/gTHnfHb5ol pic.twitter.com/xkFGOGDR3m
Furthermore, given that some of the invited content producers had previously experienced the game during its alpha test, the developers invited them to talk about what will be in the beta a few days ago. Early feedback influences how the final product is shaped. According to the game’s official website, there are currently 16 operators, 8 attackers, and 16 defenders, which are as follows:-
- For Attackers:-
- For Defenders:-
Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated mobile games of 2022 is the 5vs5 free-to-play game. As Siege holds several competitions for its followers, it will be intriguing to observe how the esports scene develops.