Yesterday, Ubisoft revealed the open beta info for Rainbow Six Siege .

But there's one important factoid you should know: As the publisher announced on the game's official website , any progress you make in the beta won't carry forward to the final version.

"The open beta will be focused primarily on testing matchmaking and online infrastructure, and as such will only feature a limited scope of the game's content. Your progression, inventory, and ranked gameplay during the open beta will not carry over into the final game."

Of course, if you're at all familiar with beta testing, you know this isn't exactly uncommon. Very often, your progress doesn't transfer over to the end product. But for a bit of good news, Ubisoft did confirm that if you were part of the previous closed beta, you can start playing the open beta 24 hours early (starting on November 24). And as you might expect, what you see in this open test won't be everything the game has to offer.

Rainbow Six Siege is scheduled to launch on December 1 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Related Game(s): Rainbow Six Siege

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vatoloco47
vatoloco47
6 years ago

I wanted this game so bad when it was first announced but since thee is no single play campaign I don't even want it any more…
Do you know Ben if there is an option for bots or something? Too many trolls online to make multilayer enjoyable.

vatoloco47
vatoloco47
3 years ago

I wanted this game so bad when it was first announced but since thee is no single play campaign I don&#39t even want it any more…
Do you know Ben if there is an option for bots or something? Too many trolls online to make multilayer enjoyable.