In keeping with the Christmas holidays, Ubisoft is handing out a gift to all Rainbow Six: Siege players. Anyone who logs into the multiplayer shooter by January 5, 2020 will receive a free operator. However, there are a few things to consider.
The publisher Ubisoft has put on the trousers for this year's Christmas holidays and is currently distributing a gift to all players of the multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six: Siege. If you log in to the game over the next few days, you will receive a random operator – completely free of charge and with no time limit.
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However, there are a few things you should be aware of in the gift campaign. The operator you get for free comes from a pool of characters from the Year 1 to Year 4 expansions – but operators from the main game are excluded from the promotion. In addition, you must log in by January 5, 2020 at the latest to receive the gift at all. If you have already unlocked all operators, you will not go empty-handed: In such a case, you will receive a special and exclusive outfit for the character Montagne. He presents himself in a very festive manner and exudes a holiday atmosphere in the rather dark scenario of Rainbow Six. Victories.
Current reports at Reddit.com according to some players are currently having trouble receiving the gift. In such a case, Ubisoft recommends Rainbow Six: Siege (buy now for 19.04 €) close and start again immediately afterwards. In most cases, the problem should be resolved. Have you already received your gift? Which operator was included in your package? Let us know in the comments!
Ubisoft is handing out a Christmas gift to Rainbow Six: Siege players. (2) (Source: Ubisoft)
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