Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is now free to play on console and PC for a limited time.
Starting today, Ubisoft is holding a free play weekend for tactical shooter, Rainbow Six Siege. The game is free to download and play until November 18 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The event includes access to all maps, modes, and the game’s original 20 operators.
If you want to play on console, you’ll need a subscription to Xbox Live Gold, or PlayStation Plus.
As is standard for Ubisoft’s free play events, players can also carry their progress over to a purchased copy of the game once the promotion ends.
As is also standard, the game is getting some tasty price cuts. The Starter, Standard, Advanced, Gold, and Complete editions will be discounted by 70% on digital stores between November 15-30, 2018.
Rainbow Six Siege Free Weekend – Global Times
Meanwhile, the game’s Year 3 Season 4 content will be fully unveiled this Sunday, at the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Finals in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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