Ubisoft has released the (Rainbow Six) R6 Siege update 1.000.032 patch on all platforms, and this is for the Year 7 Season 2.2 patch that brings in various bug fixes to gameplay, levels, operators and more! Read up on the R6 Siege Y7S2.2 patch notes.
R6 Siege Update 1.000.032 | R6 Siege Y7S2.2 Patch Notes:
- Ubisoft Connect: 1.29 GB
- Steam: 1.6 MB
- Xbox One : 1.06 GB
- Xbox Series X : 1.41 GB
- PS4: 1.86 GB
- PS5: 1.15 GB
REPUTATION PENALTY: REVERSE FRIENDLY FIRE
- Reputation Penalty has been added that activates Reverse Friendly Fire by default for players who injure too many teammates.
- Repeat offenders will receive a set of warnings notifying them of how they are seen by the system, and warn them to modify their play style before receiving a penalty.
- Reputation Penalty lasts multiple matches to address disruptive behavior in-game.
FIXED – Player is slowed and can’t sprint if they quickly trigger Melusi’s Banshee multiple times or step onto multiple of Lesion’s GU mines.
FIXED – Multiple LOD issues on various maps.
FIXED – Exploit that causes players to teleport when trying to vault over a ledge at EXT Central Sub-roof on Clubhouse map
FIXED – R.O.U. Projector VFX persists if the player is downed on the light screen.
FIXED – Grey drone filter stays on screen while looking through a teammate’s drone that is caught by Mozzie’s Pests.
FIXED – Various UI issues.
FIXED – Various Caster Mode and Spectator issues.
FIXED – Various Shop, Customization and Battle Pass issues.
FIXED – Headphone icon is missing when a teammate talks in voice chat.
FIXED – Players can’t use text or voice chat in the After Action Report screen.
FIXED – Various issues with Privacy options and Streamer mode.
FIXED – Visual issues during end of round replay and kill cam if a player is eliminated by a Nitro Cell while prone on top of a hatch.
FIXED – Various audio issues in menu.
That’s it for the patch notes. Rainbow Six Siege is out now for the PC, PlayStation and Xbox platforms.
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