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Rainbow Six Mobile is getting closer to a global release, but before that Ubisoft has revealed the Closed Beta 2.0 to fine-tune the game before it hits shelves. The Closed Beta 2.0 is set to begin on June 6, 2023, and will be live for six weeks across 15 countries around the world.

Additionally, this time, the game will also be playable on iOS in certain regions. Here’s how you can pre-register for the Closed Beta 2.0 across Android and iOS.

How to pre-register for Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Beta 2.0?

Source: Ubisoft
Source: Ubisoft

You need to pre-register for the game on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store to get access to the Closed Beta 2.0.

On Android, simply open the Google Play Store page for the game (link here) and click on pre-register. If you are an iOS user, you can pre-register on the App Store (link here). You will get access to the game through the Apple Testflight.

The Android Closed Beta 2.0 will only be available to selected players for six weeks in 15 regions. Players will be selected at random to test out Rainbow Six Mobile. The countries are Canada, the U.S., Mexico, Brazil, Singapore, the Philippines, India, France, the U.K., Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, South Korea, and Australia.

The Apple Testflight, on the other hand, will only be available in Canada, USA, and Japan.

Ubisoft says it wants to implement Closed Beta 1.0 learnings

After an alpha period in April 2022, the game was launched in Closed Beta last fall. Ubisoft has said that it wants to implement the learnings of that in Closed Beta 2.0 before the game enters open beta.

Ubisoft has said that it wants to particularly improve game stability, optimization, and online deployment.

What’s new in Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Beta 2.0?

Source: Ubisoft
Source: Ubisoft

The Closed Beta 2.0 of Rainbow Six Mobile has some exciting additions. Firstly, all the original maps and operators from the previous beta test will be present in the game. On top of this, there will be Operator Mastery Tracks, loadout and skins customization systems, beta battle pass, and most excitingly, the team deathmatch mode.

In a step away from Rainbow Six’s core tactical gameplay, Ubisoft is also bringing a team deathmatch mode to mobile. This will attract new players into the game. It will also provide a training ground for seasoned players to test out different loadouts.

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