After months of leaks and whis­pers, Ubisoft has final­ly revealed the offi­cial new name for the for­mer­ly known Rain­bow Six Quar­an­tine. It’s now titled Tom Clan­cy’s Rain­bow Six Extraction.

Ubisoft released a new video ahead of E3 2021, with pro­duc­er Antonie Vimal du Mon­teil offi­cial­ly reveal­ing the game’s new name. A bit of infor­ma­tion on what fans can expect from the shoot­er was also includ­ed in the video.

Since announce­ment, the game has grown a lot,” Mon­teil says in a teas­er trail­er announc­ing the game’s new offi­cial title. “As it evolved, the heart of the expe­ri­ence became clear­er and clearer–operators unit­ing against a com­mon ene­my, learn­ing about the par­a­site, how to over­come it, and pro­tect­ing each oth­er every step of the way.”

Cre­ative direc­tor Patrick Methé says play­ers will always be deal­ing with an “evolv­ing alien threat” and will have “plen­ty of chal­lenges to over­come.” Methé went on to add that it will be up to play­ers to decide when to push for­ward or when to extract, teas­ing that “extrac­tion is tru­ly the name of the game.” Obviously.

Ubisoft had pre­vi­ous­ly stat­ed that “Quar­an­tine” was sim­ply an inter­nal place­hold­er name, and one that would be chang­ing since the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic which forced mil­lions of peo­ple around the world into quarantine.