Check Out Rainbow Six Siege With A Free Play Weekend

Anyone interested has several days to check out the multiplayer hit.

Posted By | On 07th, Feb. 2018

Are you on the edge of checking out the popular multiplayer tactical shooter, Rainbow Six Siege, but just aren’t sure about dropping the money because of the rocky launch? Between Thursday, February 15 and Tuesday, February 20 you can look forward to checking out the game for free on whatever your platform of choice.

Specifically, PC players can enjoy the free play weekend on Origin February 15-18, PS4 players can check it out the longest from February 15-20, and Xbox One players can jump in from February 15-19. If you enjoy yourself, progress can be carried over to a purchased version of the game besides the starter edition.

Just after the free play weekend, PC players can check out the new Outbreak mode ahead of time on a test server beginning February 20th, well ahead of its launch on all other platforms sometime between March and early April. Ubisoft recently announced plans to incorporate loot boxes to the Outbreak event and up the price of the game, but backtracked later.


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