Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege will join the Xbox Game Pass lineup on Oct. 22, Microsoft announced Monday. This is great for fans that are over the whole Call of Duty thing and want to play something cooler. I ain’t hating on CoD but I’m over the whole thing.
Players with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will be able to play Rainbow Six Siege using cloud gaming, on Android devices, as well.
“Hey, Operators, new step in your preparation phase: rebuild your “to play” gaming list because Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is coming to Console with Xbox Game Pass and cloud gaming on Android devices with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on October 22.” Microsoft said in a blog post. “This highly competitive PVP game is going to give your map memorization skills a workout.”
Rainbow Six Siege is a widely popular multiplayer tactical shooter, involving dozens of unique characters to play as. The game is more slow-paced and involves using destructible environments to help shape your win.
The game usually retails for around $20. So now is a great time to try the game out if you’ve never gotten a chance to play before. Then you can determine whether you want to pick it up when the game leaves the service.
EA Play games recently were added to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate library. And big titles like Tales of Vesperia and Age of Empires 3 continue to get added to the pass.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gives players access to both the PC and Console Game Pass games. As well as the xCloud streaming service for $14.99 a month. New subscribers will get their first month for $1. The Xbox-only version of the Game Pass costs $9.99 a month, while the PC only version costs $4.99 a month. This, also, allows cross-platform gameplay for the user or your friends. Those that may still only play on a PC.