Instantly forgettable menu music, guttural alien sounds, and random chatter from your Operators make for a fairly dull soundscape. Shrug.
Perfectly serviceable. A lot of black and yellow quarantine zones, with a few areas of interest, like a 'Punk Club' awash with neon, a casino (which only serves as a reminder of Rainbow Six Vegas), and a Wild West museum thingy. Fine.
Again, entirely functional. It works, and when played in co-op with friends, there’s certainly some enjoyment to be had. Gunplay doesn’t feel particularly impactful and enemies are only fun to shoot for so long.
The same handful of rotating objectives soon grow tiresome and gameplay can start to feel a mite one-note. While Extraction is fairly polished, there’s not quite enough here to keep you coming back.
As trophy lists go, this is a fairly rock-solid one, with smaller, simple tasks to complete, alongside a few with a longer tail. Decent enough.