Extraction has been pushed into 2022.
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Ubisoft has pushed back the release dates for two of its titles. Rainbow Six Extraction, the upcoming co-op Rainbow Six Siege spin-off, is pushed out four months and will now release in January 2022. The other game, Riders Republic, will bring its multiplayer extreme sports to fans on October 28 instead of its original September 2 release date.

Ubisoft did not provide much in the way of details as to why these games were delayed. They say that Riders Republic was pushed back in order to "fine tune the experience" as well as providing another beta period for the game. Rainbow Six Extraction needs more time to bring to life a vision of delivering "a full-fledged AAA experience that changes the way you play and think about cooperative games."