Rainbow Six Mobile's closed beta is coming to an end.
Rainbow Six Mobile's closed beta is set to shutter its doors on November 8.
From 11 am ET on that day, the game will no longer be available to the invited testers, with details about the next round of testing yet to be revealed.
Operators!— Rainbow Six Mobile (@Rainbow6Mobile) November 1, 2022
The end of the Closed Beta is upon us. We'll be closing the servers on Nov 8th @ 11am EST.
Your feedback is important for the development of #R6M! There's still time to send it in via our Support channel. pic.twitter.com/0vKUo82bV3
The Android-only closed beta started back in September, with gamers from Brazil, Singapore, India, and the Philippines added to the list of eligible countries, joining Canada, Mexico, and the United States, which were part of the closed alpha.
The closed beta added the game's third map, Clubhouse, and a battle pass system.
However, the closed beta didn't get off to the best of starts, with rubberbanding and server troubles preventing many invited players from taking part.
Those issues were ultimately resolved, though, and by October, the beta was expanded to Europe, with France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom all added.
New limited-time game modes were also added, including the hardcore 'Veteran' and casual 'Quickplay'; there was even an India-only Diwali playlist with exclusive cosmetics.
What happens after the servers go down on November 8 is not yet clear. The developers have promised an iOS test in the future - though have yet to give a fixed date for when that will take place.
There is also a number of promised features that have yet to be tested, including gyroscopic controls and customizable graphic settings, and with that being the case, another round of testing is likely before any global release.
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