Depending on your platform of choice, you could be able to play Rainbow Six Siege FOR FREE from 5th March through 8th March.
If you’re interested, prospective players can join over 55 million others in the Rainbow Six: Siege community across all platforms. You’ll be able to immediately access all maps, modes, and 20 legacy operators.
The Free Weekend event starts now! Invite your friends to Breach into the Madness March 5 – 8 and save up to 75% off the game.— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) March 5, 2020
Gamers who choose to participate in this epic free weekend can carry over their save data and acquired in-game content and continue to play uninterrupted if they decide they want to buy the game. This amazing free weekend discount is available on select dates for PC, Xbox and PlayStation stores.
Players will also benefit from a discount of up to 70% off on the Base game (available on PC only), Deluxe, Gold and Ultimate Editions between 5th March and 18th March, depending on what console they play on.
More details and the all-important dates/timings for the free play weekend and discounts are available HERE. You’re welcome, gamers!
Incase you’re new to the game, Rainbow Six: Siege is a first person shooter that’s part of the Tom Clancy game franchise by Ubisoft. It’s a game that requires good aim, tactics and teamwork. Each match consists of a squad of five players of varying operators. Each operator that you play as and eventually collect have their own special ability to help you win the game. For example, your operator may have an electric shock drone if you play as Twitch, or you may be able to clone yourself as a holographic drone like new operator Iana if you choose to play as her.
Now live on the Test Server, the upcoming Operation Void Edge introduces a new Attacker and a new Defender, Iana and Oryx from Netherlands and Jordan. The map Oregon has also been entirely reworked with a new look and improved navigation and flow.
For more information about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, please click here.
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