Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege patch 2.1.1 will be deployed tomorrow. More Precisely, on February 21st.
This patch will be deployed on all platforms. It contains a lot of high impact fixes and gameplay fixes. While speaking about gameplay, seems like a lot of players started loving this game even more than before, because I can see a lot of my friends never quitting the game.
Rainbow Six Siege Patch 2.1.1 – A lot of Fixes
Seems like the devs started doing their job on a next level. That’s why probably this patch receives a lot of changes in order to fix the game and make it even better.
Terrorist Hunt will receive fixing on some of the issues with the Bomb A and B not showing on the HUD. Bombers are not going to miss waist level textures anymore and Location Pings will no more persist on the map after the Terrorist is dead.
This patch will also receive Bomb, Hostage and Custom Games fixes, where players will no more receive errors when they attempt to join an Online Custom Game or create a Custom Dedicated Match.
Speaking about Balance, Operators will receive their tweaks too.
Overall speaking, this patch should bring even more players to the game because it seems to be really good. However, it seems that the matchmaking issues are still in the game so a lot of players are looking forward to that.
Hopefully, that will receive a fix too. We just need to give credits to the devs for deploying everything that will come tomorrow.
This patch is really big, so click here if you want to see Rainbow Six Siege patch 2.1.1 patch notes. Tell us what you think in the comment section down below. Seems like all of the community is just getting bad because if the matchmaking issues. Do not worry, that should receive a fix too. Be thankful to what comes tomorrow and hope for the best in the future.