Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction (originally known as Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Quarantine) is an online multiplayer tactical shooter developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. A spin-off of Rainbow Six Siege (2015), Extraction is a cooperative multiplayer game in which players must work together to combat and defeat a type of parasite-like aliens called the Archaeans. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Amazon Luna, Google Stadia, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and Series S on January 20, 2022. It received mixed reviews from critics. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction has a lot of interesting enemies including the Sowers. They are master trap builders and can result in a blinding effect when set off. During the Sower Mitigation set of Study in the San Francisco region, players are tasked to deal with Sowers and their mine traps. It is a little more difficult to kill Sowers when compared to enemies like Grunts and Spikers. However, it is not an impossible task.
How To Kill A Sower In Rainbow Six Extraction?
If you want to destroy the sower the first thing you should do is learn about its weaknesses in Rainbow Six Extraction. The sower has one weak point and it is their stomach. However, getting a clear shot at an exposed sore belly can be quite a task. They spend most of their time crawling, leaving little room for attack on their abdomen. Players can try to hit a sower when he stops to look around and sits for a short period of time. In addition, players can also attempt to strike Sower when they howl in Rainbow Six Extraction as their bellies open during this time. Players can also use the React technique to stun or blind the Sowers and kill them with melee attacks. Additionally, players can also speed Claymores around mines as Sawvers follow a set pattern and will eventually return to the mine.
How to kill a Sower Without Setting Off Its Mines?
If you want to complete the objective of Rainbow Six Siege you have to avoid the Sower Mines. This can be done by carefully moving around the area and looking for red flashes. You'll also hear a distorted, buzzing sound when you're near a mine. When players encounter a mine, they must shoot to destroy it. This will make life easier for players in the future as they will never have to run into the same mine again. One bullet is enough to destroy a mine when players aim at the base.
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