The Rainbow Six Siege test is available for free until next Thursday (7) on PlayStation 5 (PS5), PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox Series Platforms. During the free week, players will be able to download and try out the full game, with all maps and modes.
What’s more, the game is on sale at a discount of up to 60% for anyone who wants to purchase it permanently on Steam. It is worth noting that the progress made during the evaluation period will be maintained if the user purchases the title after the testing period. See below how to download and play Rainbow Six Siege for free.
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How to download and play Rainbow Six Siege for free
The tutorial below is valid for all platforms that Rainbow Six Siege is available on, simply choose the version you prefer during access. However, on Xbox consoles, you must have an active Xbox Game Pass Core or Ultimate subscription to access the free week.
Minimum PC requirements are Windows 10 (64-bit), an Intel Core i3 560 or AMD Phenom II
Step 1. First, go to the official promotional website (https://www.ubisoft.com/pt-br/game/rainbow-six/siege/free-weekend);
Step 2. Select your preferred platform. In this case, we chose PC via Ubisoft Connect. If you prefer to download via Steam, you’ll need to access the Store page (https://store.steampowered.com/app/359550);
Step 3. Make sure you are logged into your account on the respective platform. The same applies to the PS Store, Xbox Store, and Steam;
Step 4. When you log in, the game will be added to your library. Open the Ubisoft Connect client next;
Step 5. Finally, search for Rainbow Six Siege in the Ubisoft Connect library and install it to play for free until December 7th.
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