by on November 9, 2018

I've been a lover of Ubisoft's games for decades, playing, following, and engaging in Cheap R6 credits, Ghost Recon, The Division, Splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed, together with Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time being one of the first games that I bought with my own money.

Tuesday, September 4 watched Operation Grim Sky eventually hit on the servers of Rainbow Six Siege. While its offerings of new operators, remastered maps, balance spots, recoil improvements and much more all sounded promising, the launch has been marred by technical problems that have driven Ubisoft into damage control mode.

Definitely the biggest issue has been connection mistakes affecting matchmaking, particularly. The problems have been reported as soon as the upgrade arrived, and two days after, continue to cause problems. Ubisoft has provided workarounds involving changing your DNS into Google ones, however, this' potency has been contested from the community.

Ubisoft does not seem to understand why this matter is going on in the first location.

Secondly, after it had been discovered for fostering that a number of innocent gamers were banned, Ubisoft has had to undo a wave of bans. For fostering all players that were given a 15-day suspension have experienced their bans and investigations were carried out to determine who and who was not wrongfully suspended. Individuals found guilty had suspensions reinstated, while players will be receiving a 30-day Renown Booster this week due to the annoyance.

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