Ubisoft will announce a new game at E3 called Rainbow Six Quarantine, according to a new rumour.

Reliable video game insider Nibel tweeted to name the game, and describe it as a co-op PVE shooter, after it was first mentioned by Kotaku's Jason Schreier in an episode of the Kotaku Splitscreen podcast. Rainbow Six Siege, of course, is a PVP-focused game.

That's about it for Rainbow Six Quarantine, although it's yet another Ubisoft pre-E3 leak. London-set Watch Dogs Legion details leaked ahead of official announcement. Ghost Recon Breakpoint leaked ahead of its reveal. And Roller Champions also leaked.

Meanwhile, according to Schreier, Ubisoft will also announce a small-scale RPG codenamed Orpheus with an art style inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Despite knowing about much of what to expect, we'll still be at Ubisoft's E3 2019 press conference, reporting live. It kicks off 9pm UK time on Monday, 10th June.

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