After months of wait the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Closed Beta began yesterday. Thousands of tactical shooter enthusiasts and Rainbow Six fans quickly tried to rush the digital doors. Unfortunately, some technical issues caused frustration.
Ubisoft has worked to remedy the issues, and at this point most problems are history. Ubisoft still felt compelled to make things right with those that may not have been able to play during day one, and as a result the Closed Beta has been extended. Instead of closing on September 28th, it'll run until October 1st, meaning that there are three more days that everyone can enjoy the game before it moves on.
We have more than 100,000 Closed Beta codes that we're giving away. If you'd like to hop on and play on the platform of your choice, grab a key here and get started.
The Closed Beta includes a lot more content than the last time Rainbow Six Siege was playable. A total of 14 unique operators ranging from GSG 9 to Spetsnaz can be selected from, providing more options for how missions are tackled. In addition, Secure Area, Bomb, and the all-new PvE game mode Terrorist Hunt Classic can be played. All three game modes are enjoyed on either House, Hereford, or Consulate.