Ubisoft will dedicate the next three months to improve Rainbow Six: Siege’s tech issues

Ubisoft has announced that it will push back the Rainbow Six: Siege’s second season, set in Hong Kong, in order to focus and improve the game’s tech issues. As such, the French team will fully dedicate the next three months to improving the game.

As Ubisoft claimed, Operation Health will be all about fixing several issues and investing in better technology to make sure we keep growing strong in the upcoming years.

Operating Health will bring a simplified and faster matchmaking system, dedicated voice and party system with less errors and more reliability, as well as faster servers with higher tick rates and improved hit registration.

Last but not least, Operation Hong Kong will be released in August as part of Season Three and South Korea in November during Season Four. And while Poland no longer has a dedicated season, our GROM Operators will be released at the start of Season Three and Four.

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