To say that the latest Rainbow Six title Rainbow Six: Siege hasn’t been a rousing success could be seen as an understatement by many.
The title has had numerous issues, not all of them the same, during it’s Alpha, Beta and full release stages. However perhaps the most prominent of these issues is the problem with the games servers, which let’s be honest are pretty crucial to a title that is primarily online based.
The mid-December patch that was released earlier this month was meant to address a lot of the issues, including the server problems, and it may have done just that for a short time. It would appear though that Ubisoft didn’t account for the massive influx of new players that would appear over the festive period and as a result a plethora of new and recurring problems have reared their ugly heads including, but not limited to, disconnecting, being unable to join multi-player matches and players not earning the in game currency Renown . To their credit though they have acknowledged the feedback from the community and released a statement on the Ubisoft Support Twitter account stating they are looking into the issues, said Tweet can be seen here.
So with that being said it seems as though it’s going to be a case of wait and see as to when these issues will be resolved. Hopefully sooner rather than later would be the response from many Rainbow Six fans I would imagine. Let us know if you’re experiencing these issues or whether you’re one of the lucky few to make it through unscathed to be able to enjoy the game for what it is, another stellar Rainbow Six title. As always keep up with us by joining the Facebook group, liking the Facebook page, following us on Twitter and popping over to our forum too!
Original Source: PixelDynamo