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Rainbow Six Siege patch 2.0 introduces a bunch of new bugs

The patch is causing more harm than good.

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Rainbow Six Siege players might have received its first piece of downloadable content for free this week, but what they didn’t expect was for its latest patch to cause more harm than good.

Rainbow Six Siege patch 2.0 was released across all platforms this week, and its release has been met with a number of major issues. Some of the major issues include knife hits not registering, player models getting stuck in a T-pose called the “Black Jesus”, and hit dedication issues of multiple hits not registering.

Some additional, although less severe glitches, include rappelling through walls, getting headshots against enemies with large helmets, masks, or ear protection, and incorrect pawn rotation.

Ubisoft has acknowledged many of these glitches which it plans to correct soon. Rainbow Six Siege is expected to receive another patch in mid-February, although it’s unknown at this point if it’ll fix these issues prior to that one.

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    February 5, 2016 7:40 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Rainbow Six Siege patch 2.0 introduces a bunch of new bugs

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      February 5, 2016 7:45 AM

      it's pretty unplayable, and here i was thinking about buying the season pass for the operators

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      February 5, 2016 8:02 AM

      oh no :(

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      February 5, 2016 8:08 AM

      yeah. its a bit rough right now. still fun tho but definitely have seen Black Jesus and hit dedication issues of multiple hits not registering.

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      February 7, 2016 2:38 PM

      They're getting Tpose? ROFL, did they do ANY QA testing before rolling this out? That's the most basic freaking thing.

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