Rainbow Six Siege Is Coming To Xbox Game Pass

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Earlier this week there were certain rumors that Rainbow Six Siege would be coming to Xbox Game Pass, and now the rumor is official news. Rainbow Six Siege will be joining the impressive Xbox Game Pass library on October 22.

Although the game itself can be accessed and played for free on Xbox Game Pass, players can buy additional content for the game like the Season Passes and Operators at a 10% discount.

Xbox Game Pass is already an amazing service for gamers. With Microsoft's recent purchase of Zenimax Studios, the parent company for Bethesda Games, the service is only going to grow larger. This move by Microsoft increased the value of the Xbox Game Pass quite dramatically. And now that Rainbow Six Siege is a part of the service, it only makes the service even more valuable.

It's important to notice that Rainbow Six Siege is an important game for Ubisoft. The game has been running for five years now, and it only continues to improve with time. Rainbow Six Siege is Ubisoft's first game to appear on Xbox Game Pass. This could also be hinting at other Ubisoft games that might come to Xbox Game Pass some time in the future.

Ubisoft already has a bunch of new games that it's releasing this year, including Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Immortals Fenyx Rising. If all of these games manage to come to Xbox Game Pass, there's no doubt that it will make the service a hot commodity among gamers.

Moreover, the addition of Rainbow Six Siege to Xbox Game Pass is good news for potential Xbox Series X buyers. The game will be receiving a next-gen upgrade for the Xbox Series X, PS5, and PC. Xbox Game Pass users should know that this next-gen upgrade will be available for Xbox Game Pass subscribers as well.

Rainbow Six Siege is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game is also getting a next-gen upgrade for the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

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