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One Of Ubisoft's Best Games Is Free To Download Right Now

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One Of Ubisoft's Best Games Is Free To Download Right Now

Hi there. You're looking well. Looking for something to do this weekend? Tired of spending all your money on overpriced drinks at crowded bars? I feel you.

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The novelty of being back in pubs and clubs again has already worn off, to be perfectly honest. I'm ready to head back inside and resume my hermit duties. If you feel the same way, it might interest you to learn that Ubisoft's excellent tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege is currently entirely free to download and play right now - but only for a limited time.

Take a look at some of the latest gameplay from the upcoming Extraction mode below!

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Ubisoft confirmed the free weekend over on its website. There are some fairly complicated timings in regards to when the free weekend starts based on which platform you're on and where you live, but the long and short of it is that the free weekend is available on all platforms. That means as long as you have a PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, or Xbox Series X/S, you're good to go.

Rainbow Six Siege is available to download across all platforms right now, and the free weekend will run to September 14 - though be advised it will end slightly earlier for some regions and platforms. I'm not sure why they've made it this way, but you can check out the full details on what starts and ends when over on Ubisoft's website.

If you're playing on PC you can simply follow the instructions via the above link. PlayStation and Xbox users can download the trial from their restrictive console storefronts. Oh, and the free weekend isn't holding back any content; you can play through all maps and modes with all the operators as much as you like, and your progress will be carried over if you decide to purchase the game once the weekend is over. Enjoy!

Featured Image Credit: Ubisoft

Topics: News, Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft

Ewan Moore
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