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Rainbow Six Siege open beta coming later this month

Ubisoft has announced an open beta for Rainbow Six Siege, set to take place at the end of November.

An open beta will be held for Rainbow Six Siege from November 25-29. The free beta will be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Ubisoft announced today that pre-loading for the beta will be possible from Monday, November 23.

The four day beta will give you the chance to try out 13 different operators across a total of three uniques, each of which has a day and night variant.

Three game modes will be playable in the beta: Bomb, Secure Area and Disarm Bomb.

This open beta follows a closed session that was held in October, which was frequently extended due to server problems.

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In other Siege related news, Ubisoft recently released a trailer starring Luther and Pacific Rim actor Idris Elba.

The brief trailer has Idris Elba narrating and observing a live action raid, where he references the weapons, equipment and tactics you will need to succeed in-game.

Idris Elba is pretty badass, unfortunately he won’t be playable in Rainbow Six Siege.

Earlier this year we had a chance to speak to Angela Bassett about her role in Siege, and what it was like to be a part of the game.

Rainbow Six Siege is set to launch on December 1 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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