Rainbow Six Siege Is Free This Weekend On Xbox

More games such as Rims Racing and Night Call will also be going free.


Microsoft has revealed the selection of games that will be going free-to-play this weekend.

Available for all Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, Rims Racing, and Night Call will all be free from Thursday, December 2 at 12:01 AM PT until Sunday, December 5 at 11:59 PM PT.

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Players can start playing the games for free by going to the Microsoft Store, where they must be signed in to see the option to install with their Xbox Live Gold membership. In order to download on their console, players should click on the Subscriptions tab in the Xbox Store and then enter the Gold member area to locate the "Free Play Days" collection.

The publisher is also offering limited-time discounts on each game to continue playing the games once the free-to-play period is over. Rainbow Six Siege's Deluxe Edition will be $10 instead of $40, the Operator Edition will be $28 instead of $80, and the Ultimate Edition will be $40 instead of $100. The full list of discounts can be found here.

Rims Racing is a motorcycle simulation game developer by RaceWard Studio, while Night Call, the indie game from Monkey Moon and published by Raw Fury, is a narrative-focused visual novel game.

For November's Games with Gold, Microsoft offered Lego Batman 2 DC Super Heroes, Moving Out, Rocket Knight, and Kingdom Two Crowns to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members for a limited time.

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