If you haven’t had the chance to play Rainbow Six: Siege since it was released a few years ago, you’ll get a chance to try it out on Feb. 15 to 20 on PC via Steam or Uplay.
Rainbow Six: Siege is a tactical first-person shooter developed by Ubisoft. Players face off against each other in five-on-five combat with one team attacking an objective while another tries to defend it.
Players who try the game out during the free weekend can carry over their progress and continue from where they left off if they decide to purchase the full game after the free week ends. Fans who purchase the Starter Edition of the game, however, will not have their progress carried over.
The free week coincides with the release of Rainbow Six: Siege’s first content drop for its year three content, Operation Chimera, which launches on March 6 alongside a new co-op mode, Outbreak.
Not much is known about the new content, but Ubisoft is planning to reveal additional details at the competitive finals for the game, called the Six Invitational Finals, happening in Montreal from Feb. 16 to 18. The tournament and the announcement will be streamed on Ubisoft’s Twitch.