Rainbow Six Extraction is going to have to win a lot of people over when it launches later this month, owing to how skeptical so many have been about just good it’ll be, but at least as far as the technical aspects are concerned, the co-op shooter’s PC version is looking solid.
Nvidia recently released a new trailer of Rainbow Six Extraction’s PC version, showing what the game’s DLSS support enables. With ray tracing enabled and at 4K resolution, it seems like the game will be able to almost double frame rates (or thereabouts) thanks to DLSS, with peak numbers for frame rate being shown in the high 160s in the trailer. Check it out below.
Rainbow Six Extraction is launching on January 20 for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia. You can check out the game’s full PC requirements and details on its PC features through here.