Rainbow Six Mobile just came out with its 2.0 Beta. While it’s been some time since the first beta was released, the devs are still working on the game. The actual release date of the game is still unknown. However, the developers are following a partial release system for the game. This means that the game will be released in certain areas first, and then gradually to other ones. This is the same way Warzone is getting released. According to the developers, this allows them to focus on developing and play-testing at the same time.
Thoughts on Rainbow Six Mobile
Rainbow Six Mobile is basically Seige but on a smartphone. If you don’t know, Rainbow Six Seige or Mobile is tactical PVP shooter. However, it’s way different than Call of Duty or BGMI.
Rainbow Six Mobile features really small maps. They can be even smaller than some COD maps. However, they are way more intricate than both of the games mentioned. You have to really think about your movement. On top of that, you can break walls, ceilings, and even floors. This makes movement and cover even more important.
Seige can be a really complex game, even on PC. However, the mobile does tweak some of its gameplay and controls to fit the handheld scheme. While not as smooth as a controller or Keyboard and mouse, they get the job done.
The Gunplay is really good. Ever since COD, handheld games have really upped their Gunplay game. And Rainbow Six is one of them. The guns feel punchy, have great animations, and sound good.
The Graphics are also really good. Even better, it runs really well while looking this great. There were some problems in the last beta but most of them have been fixed.
The game is still in Beta. This means a lot of things will be changed. However, it still needs to be seen when the game will see an actual launch.