The gamers who always thought of playing Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege before buying the game can now play for free, at least for a week. Ubisoft announced that the players could play the game for free for a week, which starts on August 27 and ends on September 4. This campaign will surely attract more players in the Rainbow Six Siege community that was released five years ago.
— Ubisoft Uplay (@UbisoftUplay) August 27, 2020
Ubisoft regularly updates the plenty of game content to hook the player inside the world of tactical shooter game. Ubisoft published the game back in 2015 across various gaming platforms, including Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, and Xbox. The online shooter game arrived as a successor to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots. The player assumes the role of a different operator and plays various missions, solo, or while co-operating with friends.
More than 45 million registered players actively play the game among all gaming platforms.
Rainbow Six Siege Free Week
The free week will officially run for a week starting at 9:00 am on August 27 and ending at 7:00 pm on September 4. The starting and ending time is based on the player’s own local time. Rainbow Six Siege Free Week is available across all gaming platforms, including PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.
You can download the free copy of the game through Steam or Epic Store for Microsoft Windows. PlayStation and Xbox players can visit the store of their console to retrieve a free copy. After the conclusion of the Free Week period, if you still wish to play the game, then you have to buy the premium copy. However, all the in-game progress made through the free week will be saved. And you can continue playing after the Free Week.
Free Week doesn’t mean you are limited in fully enjoying the critically acclaimed video game. You can play with the players or even fight against the players, who have already bought the game. However, there’s a catch. The Free Week doesn’t support cross-play, meaning if you are playing in PS4, then you cannot play with your friend, playing in PC.