Rainbow Six Siege Free Week Available Now
Gamers who want to try out Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege will be able to play for free during the game’s Free Week, which is currently active.
Aug 27, 2020
The community for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is still going strong with plenty of content and updates still being provided by Ubisoft. More gamers are sure to join the ranks of the Rainbow Six community with the current ongoing Free Week.
The Rainbow Six Siege Free Week is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If players decide to download the game after playing during the Free Week, all progress connected to their account will carry over.
Free Week will be running from August 27, 2020, at 9:00 am to September 4, 2020, at 7:00 pm in players’ local times. The free copies can be downloaded from Steam or the Epic Store on PC and the in-console stores on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
This special event will allow current players to fight alongside or against friends that haven’t picked up Rainbow Six Siege yet. It can also serve as a good gateway for those who weren’t sure about buying the game for the full price before playing it.
With this event lasting an entire week as opposed to a weekend, servers are likely going to be a bit more crowded with plenty of newcomers and smurfing long time players. Either way, the matches for this week are sure to be interesting with the variety of different skill levels floating around the game.
Many Splinter Cell fans are likely going to want to get in on this Free Week as well with the recent announcement of Sam Fisher becoming the newest Rainbow Six operator. While he hasn’t been made publicly available to unlock yet, those who are interested would probably want to see how much they like the base game first.
Those who want to take advantage of this Free Week are recommended to do so as early as possible to maximize the amount of time they have to play. It is unknown when the next Free Week will arrive, so this isn’t an event that should be put off.
Players that wish to play with their friends should note that there is no crossplay in Rainbow Six Siege. This means that players on PC can only play with other PC players. The same goes for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players as well. However, PC players can play with all other PC players even if one player downloads the game from Steam and the other downloads it from the Epic Games Store.
Rainbow Six Siege is available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, with plans to launch on next-gen consoles as well.
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