The tweet, below, is about as indirectly direct as it can get. Six rainbows are stacked on top of each other as a historical siege takes place. Sure, you can read this a few ways – maybe a war game, or something like Crusader Kings III – but Rainbow Six Siege is the only explanation that accounts for everything happy in the picture. To be honest, if it isn’t Siege, Xbox needs to reevaluate its hint-making process.
Coming to Game Pass now is a timely move for the multiplayer game. Rainbow Six Siege will turn five years old in December, and going free-to-play for Game Pass subscribers is a perfect way to bolster the player-base and mark the occasion. What’s more, with the new generation of consoles, you’ll have a load of Xbox Series X players with fresh subscriptions ready to learn the ropes of hostage taking and bomb defusal.
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) October 17, 2020
If you end up giving it a go, make to have a look at our guide to the best Rainbow Six Siege operators, so you can find the character that works best for you.