Today, Ubisoft announced a scheduled maintenance for the popular tactical shooter, Rainbow Six Siege. This routine update, essential for enhancing the game’s performance, has finished, and this is what we know so far.
It’s worth mentioning that while today’s update is critical for the game’s health, it’s a precursor to the much-awaited Year 8 Season 4, featuring Operation Deep Freeze, set to launch on November 28. So, while you may not see new content in this update, it paves the way for exciting developments coming soon.
Rainbow Six Siege November 14 Update Notes
The primary focus of this maintenance is to refine various aspects of the game, potentially addressing the cross-play functionality, a topic of much discussion among the Siege community. While the specifics of the update are not yet disclosed, Ubisoft hinted at possible improvements in this area in response to a query on Twitter.
Hi there. This maintenance aims to improve the game in a few different aspects, and that could include the issue with the cross-play. Any official confirmations/announcements will be posted via the official game account.
— Ubisoft Support (@UbisoftSupport) November 14, 2023
Once we get more info, we’ll update this article.