A new PS4 game deal is available right now for those who want to try something different over the weekend.
The Rainbow Six Siege can be downloaded and played by PlayStation players for free over the next few days.
This is on top of the other free PS Plus games recently announced and launched by Sony.
Part of a new test package from Sony, R6 is available for free right now on PlayStation Store.
And fans should have a few days of playing time to enjoy the shooting game, as the free trial is set to run until Monday.
Rainbow Six Siege has been available to try for free since Thursday and will remain available to play until Monday, February 18 at. 14.00.
And one of the great things about this latest PS4 game is that R6 can be played whether you have a PS Plus subscription or not.
It has also been announced that anyone who chooses to opt for full release can make it a reduced price. [1
Plus, Ubisoft has announced that any progress will continue if you decide to purchase the full version of the game.
"During Free Weekend you can play our three multiplayer game modes – Bomb, Hostage and Secure Area – on a variety of cards. Games to unlock our 20 iconic heritage Operators, each with a unique ability and playstyle, collect your friends and experience a fresh shooter, "confirms a message from Ubisoft.
"In defense, you coordinate with your team to transform your surroundings into the strongholds. Build traps, fortify and create defensive systems to deny the enemy entrance.
" On Attack before your team through narrow corridors, break the barricade doorways and reinforced walls. Use observation drones, rappelling and more to plan, attack and stave off any situation. "
Rainbow Six Siege enters year 4 of the content cycle, starting with Operation Burnt Horizon.
The new expansion will be full reveal on February 17 via the official Rainbow Six Twitch Channel.
The Last Season will also bring the brand new Outback card and two new operators from SASR to try.
Ubisoft describes them as: "You are a stoic Attacks that are just there to get the job done and the other is a quick -Discovered Defender who is in it for the courage and honor.
"Two old friends from the way back, they signed up for Rainbow to bring a little Aussie know-how to the other side of the world."
Last weekend, Sony also saw offering fans the opportunity to play Tetris Effect for free on PS4 and PSVR.
So it is possible that Sony will continue to expand their free trial demo packages to PS4 players in the future.