Rainbow Six Siege patch deploys on all platforms

Ubisoft rainbow six siegeRainbow Six Siege has proven to be a popular title as of late, with many complimenting the strategy and teamwork involved, making it a great online shooter for groups of friends. However, like every other game that gets released, it’s not perfect, and Ubisoft are deploying a patch to fix some of its issues. The patch list can be seen below.

As explained by Ubisoft in the Rainbow Six Siege forums, posted two days ago (Jan 12th), “The changes described below will take effect on January 13th for PC and on January 20th for consoles, except the server tick rate improvement, the anti-cheating and banning policy improvements as well as the out-of-zone insta-kill option which is effective for all immediately (read below for details). This patch will be released on PC first because of the faster deployment process, in order to test the impact the fixes have and adjust if needed. Note that tomorrow, January 13th, Patch 1.2 takes effect on consoles. A much bigger patch, Patch 2.0, will be released at the same time as Season 1, on February 2nd. This update will be made available on PC and consoles at the same time.” The bug fixes will be implemented on console versions on January 20th.


• Updated the server tick rate for console users
• With the goal of improving positioning and shooting replication, we had deployed a first update on PC in which the player position update rate is set to 60 times per second (vs. the previous 30). After testing, we are satisfied with its state so we are now deploying this update to all consoles as well.

• Cheating countermeasures have been improved further.
• Banning policy update: all cheaters detected by the system will be banned permanently. No more three day ban for first offense.

• Added a configuration that allows us to turn ON an insta-kill configuration for Defenders that go outside their zone during the preparation phase (this behavior should not be possible, but if exploits are found, the guilty shall be punished by a swift death!)
• We will be able to activate this functionality at any time. We will first be testing it on XB1 during the afternoon of January 13th (Montreal time). If it proves effective, we will be deploying this on all platforms later that day.


Please be aware that this is not an exhaustive list and that we are only highlighting fixes that were done about the most commonly raised community bugs.

• Fixed a bug that allowed players to exit their zone during the preparation phase (red wall). When transitioning from proning to standing position combined with putting up a barricade, players were able to go through walls. We believe this exploit is now solved. Please share your experience inthis forum thread if you still encounter it after the patch (information we are looking for listed in opening post).

• Partial fix of Error [2-0x00000041]. Refer to the High Priority Issues in the Known Issues post for more information.
• Potential full fix of the loading screen freeze (smoke background). Refer to the High Priority Issues in the Known Issues post for full information.
• Potential full fix of the failed data synchronization issue. Refer to the High Priority Issues in the Known Issues post for full information.
• Session authentication operation requests are now using the per data center proxy instead of the Dev one.
• Improved error tracking, for easier issue identification from our side.
• Various smaller connectivity and crash fixes.

[Source: Ubisoft]

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