Online matches in any game, whether it is a RTS, MOBA, FPS, or anything else, can sometimes be frustrating. This especially does not bode well for those in ranked matches. Luckily for us, we live in an age where games like Rainbow Six Siege can make changes for the better.
In a new update from Ubisoft, the destruction based shooter is getting a big overhaul. In terms of weapons, The SMG-11 will have increased recoil, Frost’s Super 90 Shotgun will have less damage from a distance, and Buck’s Skeleton Key will have increased environment damage. Other major changes being made for Rainbow Six Siege are more countermeasures for spawn killing, better hit registration, and ranked matches will only being when 10 players are present.
You can see the full patch notes for the list of other bugs and connection issues this update hopes to fix. Update 2.3 is available now on the version PC of Rainbow Six Siege and will become available for Xbox One and PS4 versions on April 5th.