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Tom Clancy games in latest Humble Bundle, includes Rainbow Six Siege beta

You can currently grab a whole range of Tom Clancy and Rainbow Six games from the Humble Tom Clancy Bundle including beta access to Rainbow Six Siege.

For donating just $1, you will receive a copy of the original Rainbow Six, Rainbow Six 3 Gold, Rainbow Six Vegas, Splinter Cell Chaos Theory as well as Ghost Recon. Included in the lowest tier of the bundle is also beta access to Rainbow Six Siege’s multiplayer, meaning you can try the game before you buy it, if you’re still unsure. Usually to gain access to the beta, you have to pre-order Rainbow Six Siege.

If you want to pay more than the average which is currently just over $8, you will also receive a copy of Rainbow Six Vegas 2, Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell Conviction as well as unannounced games which will be made available to the bundle soon. For donating above the average, you will also receive everything in the tier below.

Feeling really generous or just want a bargain? If you donate $10 or more to the Humble Bundle, you will receive everything above as well as Splinter Cell Blacklist and Ghost Recon Future Soldier.

If you don’t want to stop there, for $75 you will a full copy of Rainbow Six Siege on release in addition to an exclusive Rainbow Six Siege T-shirt as well as a 66% off voucher for any three Ubisoft games which are offered in the Humble Store.

Unfortunately, there is a downside to this bundle. All the keys are for Uplay meaning there are no Steam keys available for any of the games offered. Although Ubisoft games which are on Steam require you to use Uplay as well as Steam so there is nothing new there.

The Rainbow Six Siege beta begins September 24th in the UK on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, with the game releasing fully on December 1.

 

 

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