Ubisoft is letting you play Siege Free for a week on all platforms

Ubisoft announced today that it will let players play Siege free for one week on all platforms, starting from tomorrow. The free Rainbow Six Siege week kicks off on August 28 and runs until September 3 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

With over 45 million players, Siege is one of the most successful games of this generation. With so many players, it also means that if you do play Siege free this week, you’ll not have any trouble finding a match.

Regardless of which platform you choose to play, when you download the free Siege app, you’ll have access to all maps and modes and can choose from up to 20 Legacy Operators.

Play Siege Free

If you like Siege so much after you get a taste for it in the free week, you’ll be able to carry your progression over and continue to play where you left off; if you purchase the full version.

A discount of 70% will apply off the base game for the PC version and will extend to the Deluxe, Gold and Ultimate Editions on all platforms between August 28 and September 9, 2019.

Rainbow Six Siege’s Test Server currently includes the upcoming Operation Ember Rise content, including Attacker Amaru and Defender Goyo.

Make sure you tune into Rainbow 6 ANZ’s social channels on Twitter and Facebook for exact timings of when the free week begins and ends.

Leo Stevenson
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