Rainbow Six Siege is free-to-play this weekend

Ubisoft has announced that Rainbow Six Siege will be free-to-play this weekend. Beginning June 11 and continuing until June 15, players will be able to download and play Rainbow Six Siege without having to pay a cent. Anyone who downloads the free version during this time will have access to all maps, modes and 20 legacy Operators.

Anyone who participates in the free weekend can carry their progress over by purchasing the game. This will include all in-game content unlocked and acquired during the free play weekend.

Additionally, players will receive uo to 70% off the base game on PC while Deluxe, Gold and Ultimate Editions will be discounted by up to 70% on all platforms. The size of the discount will depend on the version and the platform; PC, PS4 or Xbox One.

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On top of the other discounts in place during the free play weekend, PC players who purchase through the Ubisoft Store may also receive an additional 20% off.

All players who own The Division 2 and take part in the free play weekend will unlock a special Thermite Outfit for their Agent. This 5-Piece outfit will deck their Agent out as Thermite from Rainbow Six Siege. Even if you don’t own Rainbow Six Siege, you can still unlock the Thermite Outfit by participating in the free play weekend.

Finally, the next season — Operation Steel Wave — is live on Rainbow Six Siege’s Test Server. Players can jump on and try Ace from Norway (Attacker) and Melusi from South Africa (Defender) in addition to the Proximity Alarm and the House map rework.

To help celebrate the free weekend, we have some great Rainbow Six Siege prize packs available. To be in the running, click here.

Rainbow Six Siege is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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