Ubisoft offers 3 different versions of Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six Siege in their store. We will point out the difference between them and what they contain.
To recap, Rainbow Six Siege's featured items are up to 67% off.
- The price of the game remains unchanged at $19.99
- The Deluxe Edition will be priced at $9.90 (previously $29.99)
- The Operator Edition remains unchanged at $69.99
- The Ultimate Edition remains unchanged at $89.99
So why is the Deluxe Edition so much cheaper than the other versions of the game? What makes the Deluxe edition the best option for all new players is the fact that the Deluxe edition contains the following:
1. The full game (all maps and modes)
2. All 8 operators from Year 1
3. All 8 operators from Year 2
While to some this might not mean much, to others it could be the deciding factor between loving or hating the game.
New players who have bought the standard game have enough credits to purchase one operator. If they wish to unlock more operators, they have to play the game or complete the situations.
Playing recruit or that one operator they've purchased because their Gold friend told them to can be very repetitive and boring and does not leave enough room for the new players to explore and find their perfect playstyle and favourite operator.
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