Rainbow Six Siege and Dirt 5 are free to play on Xbox – Limited Time Offer

Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft’s renowned 5v5 first-person tactical shooter, and Dirt 5, the ultimate rally racing game, are free to play on the Xbox for a limited time. Rainbow Six Siege is probably the best Ubisoft has gotten with a shooter game, and if you’ve had craves for it, this might be the right time for you to jump in.

Rainbow Six Siege is free to play until March 24. This free-to-play offer is available for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. After it’s over, the player’s progress will be saved and carried over to the live version of the game if a user decides to purchase it.

Rainbow Six Siege is most commonly one of the most exciting shooters ever created by Ubisoft with numerous exciting game mechanics and different operators with distinct abilities. Below you can find the latest Crimson Heist story Battle Pass trailer.

The second game is Dirt 5, an exceptional and amazing rally racing game, one of the most realistic ones. Unlike Rainbow Six Siege, Dirt 5’s limited-time offer will be running until March 21. The only mutual factor shared between the titles is that they will carry the player’s progress to the live version after purchase.

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