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Rainbow Six Siege Free Play Weekend

Rainbow Six Siege Free Play Weekend

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is available to breach for free this weekend running from June 11th until June 15th. The free weekend of Rainbow Six Siege is available to all platforms, include all maps, modes, and 20 of the R6 Operators to test out their skills.

I highly recommend R6 to everyone, I have had it since day one and have purchased every season pass to this day. (Money well spent too) So if you are yet to jump into the massively popular 5v5 competitive shooter then now is a better time than ever.

If you don’t own the game but after your first taste of a dirty peep hole kill you need more, well fear not about progression because after purchasing the game you will carry over any progression you have made.

A few crazy discounts are being handed out to with up to 70% off on the Base game (available on PC only), Deluxe, Gold and Ultimate Editions between the length of the free weekend. With a bonus 20% discount on PC if you head on over to the Ubisoft Store and grab your copy there.

There is also a free 5-piece “Thermite Outfit” up for grabs if anybody owns The Division 2, simply by logging into the free weekend and claim your outfit to dominate The Division 2 in a bit of Thermite style. Also, Rainbow Six Siege players can still earn the Ela The Division 2 Set by playing a free trial of The Division 2 game.

The upcoming season Operation Steel Wave adds a new Attacker to the roster, Ace from Norway, and Defender, Melusi from South Africa with everything you need to know before its launch you can find that here.

For all the information about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege you can visit their official page here or for all our previous coverage you can find that here.

Written by Jimmy Lindsay

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