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Rainbow Six Servers Down For Scheduled Maintenance

by | @FanboyAttack | on April 20, 2017

Rainbow Six: Siege - Operation Dust Line

The Rainbow Six Siege servers will be down for scheduled maintenance today, April 20th across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms.  The downtime will be different depending on which platform you’re playing on.

For PlayStation 4 players, the maintenance will occur from 10:00am – 10:30am EDT.  On Xbox One, maintenance will occur from 10:30am – 11:00am EDT.  Then on PC/Uplay the maintenance will occur from 11:00am – 11:30am EDT.

Some of the things being fixed during this period will be the incorrect NAT being display for PC players.  Ubisoft says that they are working on a fix for consoles but it will not be implemented in today’s maintenance.  Also for PC, Error Code 6-0x00001000 will be fixed with a solution for console players experiencing the error to come later down the line.

Also in today’s downtime, the problem with incorrect MMR points being awarded after completing a Ranked game will be fixed, seemingly across all platforms.

Expect connections to be spotty during the maintenance.

Yesterday, Ubisoft released patch 2.1.3 for Rainbow Six Siege.  You can check out the patch notes for 2.1.3 and changes which include changes to Glaz’s scope, tweaks to Montagne, Echo, and Hibana.

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