Rainbow Six Siege Patch Notes: Reverse Own Fire

RAINBOW Six Siege’s latest patch makes life harder for disruptive players.

Those who enjoy playing Rainbow Six Siege take it pretty seriously, and it’s still a major eSport, so it’s no surprise they don’t appreciate people ruining the fun.

Rainbow Six Siege cracks down on trolls.


Rainbow Six Siege cracks down on trolls.Photo credit: Ubisoft

Because of this, the latest patch saw fit to add heavier penalties for those who misbehave in games.

Anyone who enjoys ruining games by doing things like killing teammates is in for a rough time from now on, which will hopefully clean up the scene a bit.

This patch is available on all platforms. Here is the full list of download sizes on each platform:

  • Ubisoft Connect (PC): 1.29GB
  • Steam (PC): 1.6 MB
  • Xbox One: 1.06GB
  • Xbox Series X: 1.41GB
  • PS4: 1.86GB
  • PS5: 1.15GB
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We explain this new system and how it works. You will also get an overview of the other bug fixes included in this patch.

Reverse Your Fire – Rainbow Six patch notes

To put it simply, reverse friendly fire reflects any shots fired at teammates back at the shooter.

This means that anyone who likes intentionally hurting their teammates will instead hurt themselves and leave the victims unharmed.

However, in the heat of a game, teammates can accidentally get caught in the crossfire, so it won’t activate unless you injure teammates frequently.

This should prevent game controversy from arising in the player base.

This reputation penalty will pause multiple matches to keep trolls in line.

Full list of bug fixes – Rainbow Six patch notes

Along with this addition came many bug fixes:

    • FIXED – Player is slowed down and unable to sprint when quickly triggering Melusi’s Banshee multiple times or stepping on multiple Lesion GU Mines.
    • FIXED – Multiple LOD issues on different maps.
    • FIXED – Exploit that causes players to teleport when attempting to vault over a ledge at EXT Central Undercover on Clubhouse map
    • FIXED – ROU Projector VFX persists when the player goes down on the light screen.
    • FIXED – The gray drone filter stays on screen while looking through a teammate’s drone caught by Mozzie’s Pests.
    • FIXED – Various UI issues.
    • FIXED – Various caster mode and spectator issues.
    • FIXED – Various Shop, Customization, and Battle Pass issues.
    • FIXED – The headset icon is missing when a teammate is speaking in voice chat.
    • FIXED – Players cannot use text or voice chat on the After Action Report screen.
    • FIXED – Various issues with privacy options and streamer mode.
    • FIXED – Visual issues during end of round replay and kill cam when a player is eliminated by a Nitro Cell while prone on a hatch.
    • FIXED – Various audio issues in the menu.

None of these fixes are huge, but each one helps make the experience a little smoother for players.

You can read the full Rainbow Six Siege patch notes on the official Ubisoft blog.

Written by Ryan Woodrow on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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