Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is 52% Off in New PC Game Sale

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GMG has a partner promotion running with Intel slashing the price on nine popular PC titles, including Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege at over half off.

With recent all-time highs in player count for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, now isn’t a bad time to pick the game for the PC – especially if the price drops. Spoiler: the price indeed has dropped thanks to a new Green Man Gaming and Intel cross-promotional offer dubbed Games with Intel Core i7 sale. In total nine AAA titles are marked down up to 79% off.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is falling from $50 to $21.29 which is the first significant price break since Ubisoft released the Skull Rain patch last month. The only catch? You’ll have to either login or create an account at GMG to see the full discount price. If you don’t login, you’ll only see a 50% drop to $24.99. Once you take the game to cart, you’ll see the full discount of $21.29 for the Uplay key of Rainbow Six: Siege.

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There are several other notable titles in the sale beyond the revived Tom Clancy title. Some games in this sale are even hitting all new price low territory. Key pick includes Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen – dropping only to $16.29, which is $2 cheaper than the Steam Summer Sale price tag in June. Also receiving a new low price is Street Fighter V crashing to $28.79. In this case, it beats the Steam Summer Sale price by over $7.

The sale has a somewhat limited run so if you’re interested in any of these games we’ll suggest picking up the deal now rather than later. It will run through Labor Day weekend until Monday next week on September 5 at 9AM Pacific. If one of these digital titles “sell out” or their discount gets reduced (even after logging in), let us know in the comments so we can update accordingly.