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Ubisoft brings temporary starter edition of Rainbow Six: Siege for 15 euros
Ubisoft has a ‘Starter Edition’ Rainbow Six: Siege released on the PC. The cheaper version costs 15 euros and includes the full game, but unlocking Operators takes much longer than in the regular game. The starter edition is on sale until June 19th.
The cheap edition of Rainbow Six: Siege contains the same content as the full game, but who starts the game will get access to only two of the twenty Operators. Also, players R6 600 credits, which further two Operators to choose ‘bought’ can be. To unlock the other Operators are many more points than needed in the full version of the game.
Players can collect the required points by playing the game, but must be played to unlock one new operator, there will be about fifteen hours, says Ubisoft. Unlocking the sixteen available Operators therefore takes about 240 hours. The regular game is that half an hour to two hours per operator. It is also possible to unlock the Operators R6 credits, which can be purchased with real money.
Operators are characters in the game that allows players in co-op and multiplayer can on the battlefield. Each operator has a gear which consists of a rifle, pistol, garnet and a gadget, and thus determines the approach for carrying out the mission. The Rainbow Six: Siege Starter Edition is only available on Steam and Uplay for 15 euros. On the consoles, the low-cost implementation is not available.Viewing:-141
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