Rainbow Six Extraction Deluxe Edition India Price Listed on Amazon


An Amazon India listing for Rainbow Six Extraction Deluxe Edition on PS5 has popped up, revealing apriced tag of Rs. 5,999. According to the listing, Rainbow Six Extraction Deluxe Edition will be shipped on September 16.

The Deluxe Edition features the Orbital Decay Bundle, the React Strike Pack, the Obscura Pack, and the Noxious Touch Pack, alongside the base game.

Rainbow Six Extraction will be Ubisoft’s first game priced at a higher price point than other Ubisoft titles. The standard edition of Rainbow Six Extraction is priced at Rs. 4,999 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The PC version is priced at Rs. 2,999 on Epic Games Store, with the Deluxe Edition priced at Rs. 3,999.


The new, higher price point for Rainbow Six Extraction compared to Ubisoft’s other games falls in line with Sony’s pricing for its first-party PS5 releases. Games like Demon’s Souls, Returnal, and more recently, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart sit at a similar price point of Rs. 4,999 for the standard editions.

Sony, however, has notably realised that the Rs. 4,999 price point might be doing more harm than good for the company in India with regards to sales. The company is yet to commit to any changes with its pricing structures.


Rainbow Six Extraction was revealed during Ubisoft’s Forward conference during E3 2021. Originally titled Rainbow Six Quarantine, the game’s name got changed to Rainbow Six Extraction likely owing to the events of the last couple of years that have left many jaded and traumatised with the global pandemic.

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