Showing posts with label Uplay. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Uplay. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Rainbow Six Siege 'Outbreak' Trailer and Free Weekend

Ubisoft's team-based tactical shooter game Rainbow Six Siege has just stepped into Year 3 Season 1 content, Operation Chimera and it will go live from February 19 on the technical test servers. There is a cooperative new event called Outbreak that will be added to Operation Chimera from February 20 on the test servers too. By the time you will get to butt into "Outbreak" will be March 6 and it will continue till April 3.

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Rainbow Six Siege 'Outbreak' Trailer and Free Weekend

RELATED: Rainbow Six Siege: Outbreak Details

Before you get to go into the Quarantine Zone of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, here is the latest trailer featuring Operator Eliza "Ash" Cohen, hinting at the pandemic causing the event.




As part of the Season One content for Rainbow Six Siege Year 3, Outbreak mode is completely free. Plus, there are three more seasons to come this year and six more Operators will join the elite gang by then to make it a total of eight new recruits. As always, players with Season Pass will get early access to the content seven days early along with other perks like credits, headgear and uniforms. These also include the "Damascus Steel" skin and a 5% renowned boost for you as well.

RELATED: Rainbow Six Siege Year 3 DLC Announced

If you haven't signed in for the adventure that Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has to offer to you yet, then there is a Free Weekend coming your way very soon in the spirit of Operation Chimera and upcoming Outbreak event. This upcoming February 15, start your free trial for the full game and play it until February 18 to your heart's content with other 25 Million players from worldwide or with your best buddies for greater experience.

RELATED: Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege's Blood Orchid is Bugged

Should you choose to purchase the game after the trial period is over, your progress will be carried out to the full version game. PC gamers can get their access using Steam or Uplay. Players from PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can also join at the same time. There is a professional tournament on Rainbow Six Siege is going on in Montreal and hopefully, Ubisoft will reveal more details on Operation Chimera and the Outbreak there.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Rainbow Six Siege: Operation White Noise and Free Weekend

Ubisoft has been updating their tactical shooter video game Rainbow Six Siege for two years now through expansions and a lot of in-game tweaks. So, the game is definitely better now than it ever was. If you are among one of the eager players who wanted to try out the game for long then Ubisoft has an offer for you that you cannot refuse. An announcement has been made for a limited time Rainbow Six Siege free weekend.

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Rainbow Six Siege: Operation White Noise Coming Soon

The free to play weekend is open for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, starting from November 16 and will end on November 19. You can access the free weekend through Steam and Uplay on PC, PlayStation 4 owners will need their PlayStation Plus subscription and Xbox Live Gold membership is required to play it on Xbox One.




For the period of this limited time free weekend on Rainbow Six Siege, you can get your hands on every maps and modes that the standard edition of the game will let you. Then just like always, if you like the experience, you have the chance to pick up the full game for a whopping 60% off the price. Plus, every progress you made throughout the game will be carried to the main game once you made the purchase. Now, isn't that a sweet deal?

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Rainbow Six Siege Free Weekend Begins Thursday

RELATED: Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege's Blood Orchid is Bugged

Season 4 of Rainbow Six Siege’s Year 2 is about to start with the new major expansion Operation White Noise right after the day the free weekend is over. Three Operators and new maps are added to this South Korea-themed update, which goes online on Rainbow Six Siege technical test server from November 20. All the Operators that are added in Operation White Noise will be unlocked to you during launch if you have the Season Pass.

Monday, November 6, 2017

Play Watch Dogs For Free This Week on PC

Players who have played Ubisoft's action-adventure video game Watch Dogs three years back knows that the game brings a completely different experience for the gamers on the table. Now, if you are feeling a little bit nostalgic all of a sudden then we have good news for you. You can play Watch Dogs for a whole week and won't have to pay for it. Do I have your attention now? Good!

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Play Watch Dogs For Free This Week on PC

The game was originally available for playing on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Wii U. However, Ubisoft is offering the PC version of the game for free for a whole week throughout their digital distribution platform Uplay service as a part of promotion. So, if you have an existing free account on Uplay, you are good to go with it. Even if you don't, just create a new one and get going with the game already.

The plot of Watch Dogs is about a skilled gray-hat hacker Aiden Pearce and he is operating from an upgraded version of Chicago of near-future, where everyone and everything is connected through a network. When a digital heist goes wrong, he and his family goes on the run from hired guns and her niece dies in the conflict. Now, it's up to Aiden to avenge her and protect his remaining family as well. A sequel, Watch Dogs 2 was released on November, 2016 set in San Francisco.

So, while the promotion is still on from November 7 to 13, we suggest you go ahead and add Watch Dogs to your Uplay PC games library. Other than an account, you'd also need the Uplay client to download and play the game on your PC. Without wasting any more time, you should get going and enjoy this hybrid open-world stealth-action game of its own right.