Given that it\u2019s the kind of co-op experience that\u2019s perfectly suited to on-the-couch split-screen play, many gamers are wondering if Rainbow Six Extraction can be played split-screen. The bad news is that Rainbow Six Extraction currently cannot be played split-screen. It\u2019s co-op multiplayer action is online only at the moment. Rainbow Six Extraction is a spin-off from Rainbow Six Siege, which also can\u2019t be played in split-screen, so it\u2019s not a great surprise that Rainbow Six Extraction also can\u2019t. But it would also have made sense to add split-screen to Rainbow Six Extraction, given that it\u2019s almost completely focused on co-op play, which is always more fun in-person. Related: What is the Buddy Pass, and how does it work in Rainbow Six Extraction? It\u2019s also true that the Rainbow Six series has a history of split-screen multiplayer. Both Rainbow Six Vegas games could be played in split-screen, but at some time during the seven years between Rainbow Six Vegas 2 and Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft decided to drop the feature from the series. This is disappointing for Rainbow Six fans wishing to blast some parasitic alien scum with a trio of friends together in their living room, but there are plenty of other split-screen co-op games out there. Borderlands 3, Star Wars: Battlefront II, and Call Of Duty: Vanguard to name but a few.