Ubisoft has decided to showcase the latest in the Rainbow Six Franchise, proposing to download the game on Steam and Uplay and enjoy throughout the weekend for free.
Sold last December on PC and gaming consoles, Rainbow Six Siege stands as the final part of the tactical FPS game from the Tom Clancy series. Rather well received by the community, the title developed by Ubisoft Montreal enjoys a highlight this weekend.
Indeed, the publisher announced that PC gamers can download the game via platforms of Steam and Uplay and that, until 17 April 2016. This is a good opportunity to get an opinion on the title and test its multiplayer modes.
In case you want to buy the game sustainably, a 33% discount on the normal price is applied, displaying the 40.19 dollars game instead of 59.99 dollars. The Gold edition, meanwhile, displays a discount of about 40% until 18 April.
In another news, Ubisoft has also announced that the second season of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League will begin soon. The kick off will be from May 30 on Xbox One and from June 2 on PC. This second edition will allow fans to challenge their team with more experienced players, and try to recover some of the $150,000 endowment involved.
Before the start of the second season, the best european and American teams will compete for the title of champion of Season 1, all with a cash prize of $50,000 for each winner (Xbox and PC). The final will be held on April 22 on the ESL booth of the PAX East, while the final PC will be held May 7 in ESL studios in Cologne, Germany.