Once again Ubisoft is advertising a Rainbow Six Siege free Xbox weekend before the game puts out another update, allowing Xbox users that might be interested in the game but haven't picked it up yet to try the game out.
Ubisoft's Rainbow Six Siege, the excellent team-based tactical shooter, will be free to play next weekend as part of a limited-time event. When you've got always on, online properties like The Division, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and For Honor, getting new blood in the door is crucial.More news: NTSB: Sleeping disorder caused fatal 2016 train crash in New Jersey
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The leading piece of content from year three, season one, Operation Chimera, will be available first on PC through the technical test server starting February 19 and will launch later on all platforms on March 6. Everyone on PS4, Xbox One, and PC can play completely free from February 15 through February 20. The new co-op mode, Outbreak, will be playable on PC through the Ubisoft technical test server beginning February 20.
All of the above test content for Operation Chimera will eventually go live on 6 March. Naturally, all your in-game progress will carry over whenever you buy a full version of Rainbow Six Siege. For some added incentive to buy the game, Rainbow Six Siege is now 50% off until February 12 on the Microsoft Store.