If you're keen to get an early inside look at the upcoming Ubisoft title Rainbow Six Quarantine then you're in luck - the game's early beta access signups have now opened.
The signups are available on Ubisoft's website, and will likely include access to the beta release, as well as "custom updates" about the status and process of the game's release. Basically, you're getting all the news, and then you get to be one of the first to try out the zombie-fighting title.
To confirm your signup, head to the website and you’ll find a spot beneath the E3 teaser where you can enter some information for the chance to play early. Just pick your platform and then sign in with your Ubisoft account information and you’ll be good to go. It’s coming out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms next year, though there’s no indication yet of when this beta will be playable.
Ubisoft confirmed the new spinoff - inspired by Siege's Outbreak event last year - at the company's E3 2019 press conference earlier this month.
Outbreak was a limited time event that descended on Siege as part of 2018's Operation Chimera release. The event tasked operators with battling their way through a creepy alien invasion in New Mexico, and played out similarly to titles like Call of Duty's Zombies, and Left 4 Dead.
This time around, Ubisoft is taking players into a three-player battle against the undead parasites, and tasking their operators with "fighting together" to overcome the extraterrestrial horde. All we have seen so far is a brief teaser to wet the interest of Rainbow Six fans.
We also got a little more information after the game's store page was released.
Quarantine will be the first Tom Clancy Rainbow Six title to release since the ever-updating competitive shooter Siege was released back in 2015. If rumours are correct, Quarantine will be releasing on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2020.