Those participating in the Rainbow Six Siege beta will be able to play the game just a little bit longer.
Ubisoft has extended the Rainbow Six Siege beta until October 4th. The beta has been extended due to server issues that prevented people from playing, Ubisoft stated in a blog post. “Not only will this give you all more time to play, it will give us more time to collect more data, feedback, and identify potential issues,” Ubisoft stated.
Ubisoft is also expanding the number of participants in the beta by sending out codes to beta players to give out to their friends. The only way to get into the beta before was to preorder the title.
Ubisoft has announced that it will hold a double XP event beginning today, October 1st. The game’s beta registration page will be taken down today. Access codes from those who preordered the game will be redeemable until October 2nd.
Ubisoft has stated that it has improved Rainbow Six Siege’s matchmaking success rates, but has said that those still experiencing issues should look at this list of workarounds. If you preordered the game and have not received your beta code, you are encouraged to contact customer support.
Rainbow Six Siege releases on December 1st. The game will release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game was originally slated to release in October, but was delayed.