If you want to get your hands on Rainbow Six Siege but you don’t have the money, then Ubisoft has you covered. The publishing and developing giant has announced that the first-person shooter will be available to everyone thanks to a free trial this weekend.
Starting on August 16th, 2018, and lasting until August 20th, 2018, all players will be able to access the entire game completely free of charge. What’s even better is that, if you play on PS4 or Uplay on PC, you’ll be able to download the game right now and have it in time for the trial when it goes live on Thursday. Unfortunately, Xbox One and Steam players won’t get this luxury, at least as of the time of this writing.
In other Rainbow Six Siege news, a few days ago Ubisoft unveiled the game’s next expansion, Operation Grim Sky, which introduces players to two new Operators.
Rainbow Six Siege was originally released in late 2015, and is available exclusively on the aforementioned platforms. If you decide you like the game, you can pick it up via Amazon by clicking here.
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