Rainbow Six Siege – free weekend May 14th to 20th!

It’s a bumper weekend for Rainbow Six Siege fans. Not only will the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League finals be taking place over in Atlantic City (don’t forget to tune in on twitch.tv/rainbow6 to catch all the action along with the full reveal of Operation Para Bellum) – it’s also a Free Weekend! And as S-Club 7 once nearly said, “there ain’t no weekend like a Rainbow Six Free Weekend weekend (shake your gaming mouse from side to side.)”

There’s also a Royal Wedding happening or something.  

From now until Sunday night, you can download and play the full version of the award-winning tactical-shooter on Xbox One, PS4 and PC without spending a penny. Should you enjoy your time with the game and decide to purchase it, not only can you pick up the Advanced Edition at a 50% discount, but you’ll also keep all your Free Weekend progress. We can’t say fairer than that. For more details on how to get involved and how to get that discount, check out the Free Weekend page.

For more on Rainbow Six Siege, check out our previous coverage, for more on the Royal Wedding check out the BBC’s dedicated portal, and for more on S-Club 7 check out their official website.

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Rainbow Six Siege

Release date — December 1, 2015
Developer — Ubisoft Montreal
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PEGI 18+
Rainbow 6 Siege is the latest installment in the acclaimed first-person shooter franchise developed by the renowned Ubisoft Montreal studio for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Inspired by the reality of counter terrorist operatives across the world, Rainbow 6 Siege invites players to master the art of destruction. Intense close quarters confrontations, high lethality, tactics, team play, and explosive action are at the center of the experience.
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Phil is so incredibly old that his earliest gaming memories involve those late-70s TV Pong clone machines made by Binatone, typing BASIC games into the one-piece keyboard of a Sinclair ZX80 from magazine listings, and the static burble of Commodore 64 tape loading. He does Marketing things in Ubisoft's Guildford office. He's been at the company for 20 years. The numpty.