How to Get Rainbow is Magic Packs Rainbow Six Siege 2023

If you want to know how to get Rainbow is Magic packs in Rainbow Six Siege in 2023, you’re in the right place. In this guide, we are going to show you how to get more of these packs in R6 Siege, because you can only get a couple by playing the game. It’s… hardly ideal, I think it’s safe to say. Let’s break down how the system works.

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how to get rainbow is magic packs rainbow six siege 2023
How to Get Rainbow is Magic Packs Rainbow Six Siege 2023

How to Get Rainbow is Magic Packs in R6 Siege 2023

To get the Rainbow is Magic packs in the 2023 Rainbow Six Siege event, you will have to purchase the vast majority of them. You will receive one pack for starting the event. You can also get one pack from weekly challenges. The Rainbow is Magic event will last from March 29th to April 19th, which is three weeks. That’s a grand total of four packs you can earn by playing the game, out of a possible forty-nine. You’ll have to buy the rest by spending Renown. One pack costs 12,500 Renown, which means you’ll have to spend a whopping 562,500 to purchase all of them. Owners of the premium battle pass get a 10% discount for a total of 506,250 Renown.

Another way to get the Rainbow is Magic packs in Rainbow Six Siege in 2023 is to spend R6 Credits. You can buy a bundle for each operator for 1,800 Credits. Each bundle includes a portrait, a charm, two weapon skins, a uniform and headgear. There’s also a special bundle called Magical Horizons which is sold separately and contains a drone skin, a charm and a universal weapon skin. And that’s basically all there is to it. The event drip-feeds you a handful of the event packs and expects you to buy the rest of them, either for Credits or Renown. I hate this kind of tactic that forces players to spend, but it is what it is. Good luck out there. I hope you enjoy the event.

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  1. K

    thanks sherlock

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