Gamestop Seems To Think Rainbow 6: Patriots Has Been Cancelled
Rainbow 6: Patriots has been gone for a long, long time, which is never a good sign for upcoming title. Many believed that Ubisoft were simply waiting for next-gen console reveals, probably revealing the game again at E3 this year. Sadly, a recent Gamestop database update suggests a fate far worse than a place on Ubisoft’s E3 conference.
The massive US retailer has removed the title from it’s database and “stopped taking reservations as we wait to hear further from Ubisoft on an official release date for Rainbow 6: Patriots.” A source within the retailer has stated that the company has actively “flipped the switch” on Rainbow 6, which isn’t a particularly good sign.
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The source continued by saying that large retailers such as Gamestop rarely remove titles from their database unless they have been cancelled, suggesting that this is exactly what has happened to Rainbow 6: Patriots. Considering the complete blackout the title has experienced, there isn’t much evidence saying otherwise.
A Ubisoft representative was approached for a comment, replying “we have nothing further to share about Rainbow 6: Patriots at this time.”
As much as it pains me to say it, being a massive fan of the franchise, things really aren’t really looking good for Patriots.