Rainbow Six Siege Mobile: Beta Launches in Japan in October

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Rainbow Six Siege is one of the best shooter games of all time for PC and Consoles. Ubisoft has been trying to develop a mobile version of the game for a long time. So the mobile gaming universe was on its feet when Ubisoft announced its closed Beta test starting September 12 for seven regions. But in October, two new areas will be added to that list.

Rainbow Six Mobile will add Japan and Korea to their beta test regions list in October. Rainbow Six Mobile beta has been announced for Japan and Korea regions for Android devices only. However, interested players can pre-register for the game from Google Play Store.

So please sit back and enjoy the article as we tell you all that we know about the beta test program, how to enroll, and the game as we know it.

Rainbow Six Siege Beta Test Starts

The closed beta of Rainbow Six Mobile has been live since September 12 in seven selected regions. They are Canada, the US, Mexico, Brazil, Singapore, the Philippines, and India. Ubisoft recently announced the addition of Japan and Korea to the closed beta.

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The Rainbow Six Mobile beta version aims to improve the game by receiving valuable feedback from the players. This includes many improvements in graphics and operability. The beta version also features Daily Challenges, Battle Pass, and the agent unlock system.

  • Available Maps: Bank, Border, and Clubhouse
  • Offensive Agents: Ash, Sledge, Twitch, Thermite, Hibana, Ying, Glaz, Thatcher, and Recruit.
  • Defensive agents: Caveira, Bandit, Smoke, Valkyrie, Mute, Rook, Jager, Kapkan, and Recruit.
  • Game Modes: Conquest War and Bomb War.
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Credit – Ubisoft

The participants of the beta will be announced by lottery. Those who have completed pre-registration and are using a device with the required specifications can participate in the beta. Pre-registration for Rainbow Six Mobile is live now on Google Play Store.

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