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Rainbow Six Siege Temporarily Disables Match Replay on PlayStation Due to Crashing Issue

Ubisoft has announced a temporary disabling of the Match Replay feature in Rainbow Six Siege for PlayStation users. This comes in response to an issue causing occasional crashes during match replays on the platform. The developer took to Twitter to share the update, ensuring fans that they were working on a fix.

The update will be deployed on April 13, 09:00 ET / 13:00 UTC.

As Ubisoft stated on Twitter, “we have an update regarding a known issue causing crashes in match replays on the PlayStation platform”. You can find the tweet below:

The small update, set to roll out today, will fix the crashing issue by temporarily disabling the feature. The good news for PlayStation users is that no downtime is expected as a result of this update.

The Match Replay feature has been a valuable tool for players to review their matches and analyze their gameplay, making this temporary disablement an inconvenience for some. However, Ubisoft’s swift response to address the problem highlights its commitment to providing a stable and enjoyable gaming experience for Rainbow Six Siege players.

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