If you are waiting to try Rainbow Six Siege’s intense close-quarters multiplayer action, there is no better time than this weekend! Assemble your squad and play for free from February 14th to 18th.
The Free Weekend starts on Thursday 14th February at 2.00pm GMT/3.00pm CET and will end on Monday 18th February at 2.00pm GMT/3.00pm CET, but you can start pre-loading right now.
For those of you who cannot put it down after the weekend, any progress you make will carry on if you decide to purchase the full version of the game.
During the Free Weekend, you will be able to play our three multiplayer game modes – Bomb, Hostage and Secure Area – on a variety of different maps. Play to unlock our 20 iconic legacy Operators, each with a unique ability and playstyle, gather your friends, and experience a fresh take on tactical shooters.
On Defense, coordinate with your team to transform your environments into strongholds. Deploy traps, fortify and create defensive systems to deny the enemy entrance.
On Attack, lead your team through narrow corridors, breach barricaded doorways and reinforced walls. Use observation drones, rappelling and more to plan, attack and defuse every situation.
Check out this video which will help you learn everything you need to know before your first steps in Rainbow Six Siege.
Year 4 is just around the corner, and we have some new changes arriving to the digital and retail versions of Rainbow Six Siege for 2019. With these changes, we will also be updating the cost and availability of operators per version. For this free weekend, enjoy up to 60% off on the new editions of the game!
If you need more information about Rainbow Six Siege, head over to www.rainbow6.com where you’ll find all you need to know about our Operators and latest updates. We hope to see you in the game!
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