Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Is Going Free This Weekend – Starts today

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Still going strong

Good news Rainbow Six Siege fans! Ubisoft is making the game free to play this coming weekend starting from today, May 17 until May 20. The free weekend will available across all available consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) as well as on PC.

Players who try Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege during the free weekend period can carry forward whatever progress they have made after May 20 (when the free weekend period ends) and continue to play uninterrupted if they purchase the game (except the Standard Edition). The Advanced Edition of the game is currently on sale at half price but for a limited time only. The other editions of the game will on sale as well.

Here are the discount periods of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege for all platforms:

  • PlayStation 4 : May 16 to May 23 for both digital and physical copies
  • Xbox One : May 17 to May 28 for both digital and physical copies
  • PC : May 17 to May 21 for digital copies only

Here’s a quick summary of what Rainbow Six Siege is all about (via Steam):

Master the art of destruction and gadgetry in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Face intense close quarters combat, high lethality, tactical decision making, team play and explosive action within every moment. Experience a new era of fierce firefights and expert strategy born from the rich legacy of past Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six games.

Players will get access to every Operator, maps and modes in the game during the free weekend period, essentially giving the player the full Rainbow Six Siege experience only found in the Complete Edition of the game. Check out the full infographic regarding the Rainbow Six Siege free weekend below.

Of course for more information, you can head down to the official Rainbow Six Siege website right here. Happy gaming folks!

Pokdepinion: I’m impressed at how Ubisoft has been keeping this game alive and relevant with a steady release of new content considering the game came out back in 2015 and by the looks of it people are still loving it. Heck, even one of our writers called this game his personal best game of 2017 last year! That’s fantastic for a game that didn’t originally come out in 2017.