How to play Rainbow Six Extraction on Mac

Recently released Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction has already conquered the hearts of many gamers and reviewers. Unlike its predecessor, Rainbow Six Extraction has only PVE mode with 18 unique operators, 13 types of enemies, 12 maps, and 13 types of missions, making each game different. We’ve already seen some operators in the previous game, Rainbow Six Siege, such as Doc, Hibana, Jäger, Sledge, Tachanka, and more. It’s possible to play solo and team up with two more players, in contrast to the classical four-player PVE action, which is very interesting. The main idea of each round is to complete the objective and, well, stay alive. The game encourages stealth gameplay because health doesn’t replenish, there’s not much ammo, and an uproar will only attract more enemies. In our honest opinion, Rainbow Six Extraction turned out to be pretty balanced, even though it just came out. If you like the previous Tom Clancy games, it’s a must-play. But unfortunately, the only platforms that support Rainbow Six Extraction are Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Amazon Luna, Google Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Huh, no macOS support yet again. But, as always, we have some ways to overcome this shortcoming. Follow the guide and enjoy playing Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction on your macOS.

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