on October 21, 2020 at 11:20AM PDT
After taking the servers down for a brief 30-minute maintenance period, Ubisoft has deployed a new update for Rainbow Six Siege on PlayStation 4, with PC getting it later this week and Xbox One receiving it next week. The full patch notes for Update 3.3 are outlined below.
The update tweaks the game’s Operators in several ways,, like reducing the number of explosive ticks in Ace’s Selma Aqua Breacher, decreasing Glaz’s vision recovery and movement penalization, and giving the ITA12S shotgun to Frost as a secondary weapon. There are also balance adjustments in Update 3.3, including changing ballistic shields so they are affected by guard breaks and increasing the maximum range damage for both the ACS12 and TCSG12 shotguns.
Elsewhere, the patch addresses some gameplay issues, such as improving the chat filter feedback system and deactivating the ban ticker for custom games. Furthermore, Update 3.3 makes a number of bug fixes. Defenders should no longer spawn on top of each other when on the second floor of the master bedroom on Chalet. Lighting problems on the first floor of the bar in Chalet have been ironed out, and minor map asset issues should be fixed now.
In other Rainbow Six Siege news, Ubisoft confirmed that the game will join Game Pass for Android and Xbox One on October 22. The tactical first-person shooter will also drop on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X as a launch title with cross-generation multiplayer support. Players can upgrade to the next-gen version for free so long as they own Rainbow Six Siege.
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