Rainbow Six Siege Is Free To Play On PS4, Xbox One, And PC Starting Today

Play the full game for free for a few days.

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Curious about Rainbow Six Siege but not sure if you want to buy it? A free version of the team-based shooter is available from today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

As announced previously, it comes with all the maps, modes, and characters in the full version. Additionally, the game is marked down 50 percent right now, meaning you can pick it up for $25 instead of $50 once the free weekend ends.

Here is a rundown of when the free version of Rainbow Six Siege will be available on each platform:

Rainbow Six Siege Free Weekend

  • PC -- From 1 PM ET, through 4 PM ET on February 5
  • PS4 -- From 1 PM ET, through 1 PM ET on February 6
  • Xbox One -- From 3:01 AM ET on February 2 through 2:59 AM ET on February 6
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Console players need to have PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold to take part. The PC version is available on Uplay and Steam. You can see the system requirements here.

In other Rainbow Six Siege news, the game's next free expansion, Operation Velvet Shell, comes out on February 7. It includes a new map, Coastline, as well as two new characters: Jackal and Mira.

According to Ubisoft, Rainbow Six Siege is "going stronger than ever" more than a year after it came out. The publisher claims the game has a "continually growing player base."

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