You may as soon as once more get your teammates mad at you for “accidently” killing the hostage.
Ubisoft has launched a brand new patch for Rainbow Six Siege, which provides Fuze again to the sport, although solely on the PC take a look at server. The patch additionally implements a number of bug fixes.
Fuze was faraway from all Siege playlists (apart from Customized) by way of an replace on February 26. Choosing the operator was inflicting a difficulty that might make Siege crash. The bug hooked up to the operator is now supposedly mounted, although Ubisoft is maintaining him on the take a look at server for now.
As talked about earlier than, the patch additionally fixes a number of in-game bugs. Amongst them is a bug that was affecting Flores, Siege’s newest operator, who was added in Yr 6, Season 1: Crimson Heist. The patch fixes a bug that prevented gamers from listening to Flores’ RCE-Ratero Fees going off on the opposite facet of a wall.
The full patch notes are listed under.
Rainbow Six: Siege March 1 Replace Patch Notes
Updates On Crashes
- Fuze has been re-enabled on the Check Server following a crash-related bug repair.
- FIXED – Kali’s CSRX 300 doesn’t all the time destroy a hatch with one bullet.
- FIXED – Operators return to a impartial standing place after performing a melee whereas leaning.
- FIXED – Kali’s CSRX 300 will not destroy a hatch if just one panel is hit.
- FIXED – When Flores’ RCE-Ratero Cost will get anchored to a wall, the explosion can’t be heard from the opposite facet of that wall.
- Consumer Expertise
- FIXED – Varied warning messages and UI points.
- FIXED – A number of customization points.