Rainbow Six Siege Test Server Changes: Map Asset Issues Addressed, Operator Picks Fixed

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2015-12-01

Ubisoft launched another update for the Rainbow Six Siege test server which fixes a few bugs from the previous patch. The developers are still working on the AK12 reload animation’s audio sync and have tweaked it as much as they can for now.

Ubisoft also finally got rid of the bug where you were able to ban the Y5S2 operators on the test server. This will finally help the players to use Ace and Melusi every game. Another minor bug where Lesion could see through smokes while he was looking through his GU mine was fixed.

You can find the patch notes below:

BUG FIXES

  • FIXED - Attackers rappelling into the window of 2F back stairs of House remain in the air for a brief moment due to a missing floor asset.
  • FIXED - Lesion can see through smoke when looking through a deployed GU Mine.
  • FIXED - Various LOD issues on maps.
  • FIXED - Various menu/UI issues.
  • FIXED - Various map asset issues
  • FIXED - Y5S2 Operators can be banned on the TS

Known Issues

  • FIXED - AK12 reload animation and audio are out of sync. - Update: we found this issue is only partially fixed and still needs a few tweaks, we are working on the fix.
  • Doors and doorframes have extruding surfaces when they should be flat for better consistency.
  • Missing sound in support mode and observation tools
  • The Discovery playlist is missing a name on some UI elements in the main menu.
  • Defuser can be planted on the edge of the hatch in 2F Master Bedroom of House
  • Operator Models glow lightly when viewed from a distance
  • Shaky weapon sights while ADS when using some Anti-Aliasing settings, optic types, and cardinal camera orientation.
  • Players can get onto the white van in Garage of House

So what do you think about the fixes Ubisoft has deployed? Are you excited to see more of the new content from Operation Steel Wave in Rainbow Six Siege? What other operators are you expecting in the near future? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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