Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Alpha Sign Up & Dates

Ubisoft has officially announced Rainbow Six Mobile and players will soon have a chance to test the game in the closed alpha. Being in development for over three years, the game is now in its early alpha stage, and soon we can expect the invite-only testing to begin. Here’s everything you need to know about R6M closed alpha, including how to register, dates, alpha content, and more.

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How To Sign Up For Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Alpha
Read on to learn how to register for R6M closed alpha testing.

How To Sign Up For Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Alpha

As we’ve already mentioned, the studio in Montreal is now ready to put R6M in gamers’ hands. If you are interested in participating in the R6M closed alpha, all you need to do is to sign up via the official website. Here’s the procedure:

  • Visit the official Rainbow Six Mobile website
  • Click on the blue “Register” button
  • Select a platform – Android or iOS
  • Click on the blue “Register” button again
  • Log in with your Ubisoft account
  • Fill out the survey (including the phone you are using)
  • Congrats, you’ve been registered!

It should be noted that the registration doesn’t guarantee that you will be invited to participate. After all, this is still a closed alpha, thus, a very small selected number of players will be invited. If you are among the lucky ones selected to participate in the beta, you will be informed via email.

When is Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Alpha?

Ubisoft hasn’t revealed the official date for closed alpha. Nonetheless, the official announcement states that Ubisoft will run the first live test “in the upcoming weeks”. This means that we can expect the first closed alpha in April 2022. The developers stress that this will be the “first of many live tests”, so even if you don’t manage to join the first test, there are still chances to be invited at a later date. To learn more about Rainbow Six Mobile, visit our dedicated R6M page.

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