Some PC Game Pass subscribers are having trouble downloading Rainbow Six Extraction – this guide will show them how to do it.
Rainbow Six Mining is available now for just about every major console/system under the sun, and Ubisoft’s new live-action shooter is even available for free to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on PC and console. While gamers using Game Pass on consoles and the cloud don’t seem to have much trouble getting into the game, there seem to be issues with people trying to To download Rainbow Six Mining on PC Game Pass. Players will need to follow certain steps if they want to download the three-player co-op shooter to their PC using Microsoft’s subscription service.
In order to play Rainbow Six Siege and Rainbow Six Mining via PC Game Pass, players will need more than the usual Game Pass app. To play these Ubisoft games, users must create a Ubisoft account and install the Ubisoft Connect PC application. Of course, players will also have to accept the conditions and policies set by Ubisoft. Players can click this link here to be redirected to the Ubisoft websitewhere they can sign in with their Microsoft account.
After correctly entering the account email and password, players will be given the option to link Microsoft and Ubisoft accounts.
Once the accounts have been linked and players log back in with their Ubisoft account, another message will appear confirming that both rainbow six games will appear on both accounts listed. Press Continue, then download/install Ubisoft Connect and launch it.
Now that players are on the main page of the Ubisoft Connect app, they can click on the Games tab next to News. From there, search for ‘Extraction of Rainbow Six’ using the search tool or just scroll down and find its cover. Click on play, then go ahead and hit that big blue download button. PC gamers will need at least 45 gigabytes of free space on their hard drive to play Rainbow Six Mining.
It should be noted that unless players purchase the standard or deluxe version of Rainbow Six Miningthey won’t be able to take advantage of the Buddy Pass, which lets other players try the game for free for up to 14 days.
Rainbow Six Mining is now available for Amazon Luna, PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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