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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:12am 29/07/16 | 2 Comments
If you haven't dabbled in Ubisoft's tight, tense and challenging team-based competitive shooter, Rainbow Six Siege, the publisher has announced that it'll be free to play over the weekend across both Xbox One and PC from Steam and Uplay.

Placing players in the centre of dangerous close-quarter confrontations, teams must work together to breach the enemy’s position by utilising competitive and strategic gameplay skills. Players can try out the operators and experience the game’s destructible environmental tactical gameplay.

Fans and players can tune in to watch a livestream of the Season Two Xbox One Pro League Finals and watch the top Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege players compete for a prize pool of $75,000. Viewers will also get a first live demo of the new Skull Rain gameplay just before the final match. The livestream will be broadcasted on Saturday, July 30, here:
Have you been waiting for a price drop or an opportunity like this? Or have you played and it's just not your cup of tea? Let us know in the Comments.

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Posted 11:18am 29/7/16
Yup, I've been waiting for a price drop

Edit: Freeplay weekend is active now. Also, holy crap, almost 17Gig download !
Posted 01:56pm 29/7/16
come and play some I can grind out some renown nubs.
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