Ubisoft announced big changes in the way you can acquire their competitive shooting game because they have removed the Rainbow Six Siege’s Starter Edition. Starter Edition was priced at $15 when it was released two years ago. It was the cheapest at the time. But now, the Starter Edition has been upgraded to a regular game, just called Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Siege or Standard Edition, which price has been lowered to $19.99.
This is good news because you no longer have to put in endless hours to unlock operators like in the old Starter Edition because all versions now enable players to unlock operators at the same time. Yes, you have to pay a bit more to get the “base” game, but its price has been reduced, so overall it’s a benefit. Previous owners of the Starter Edition will see their games automatically upgraded to the new Standard Edition.
Rainbow Six Siege, new editions
Ubisoft also made the announcement of adjusting their contents and of dropping the prices of their other editions.
- Deluxe Edition – $30, includes base game operators and all eight Year 1 operators
- Gold Edition – $60, includes all Deluxe Edition content and Year 4 pass
- Ultimate Edition – $100, includes all the previously released operators (Years 1 to 4)
But there is more! All these editions are on sale during the Rainbow Six Siege free weekend event that starts tomorrow. Deluxe Edition will only be $12 for new players and Standard Edition will only be $14. Looking for a good deal? You just got it!
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