‘Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege’ Patch 2.1.3: Montagne Hip Fire Spread Increased; DNBO Timer, Operator Stuck Issues Fixed

By Ben Lindon , Updated Apr 24, 2017 08:35 AM EDT
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“Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege” is getting a new update. However the update will not fix the glitch on Hibana’s gadget.
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"Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege" developers have just rolled out a new update that changed a lot of operators. Furthermore, the update also came with a few bug fixes. The complete changelog for the patch has been unveiled a day before the launch.

Glaz's Scope Tweaked Via Patch.

"Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege" has been updated to version 2.1.3. The new patch comes with tweaks to Glaz's scope making it easier to know when shots land or miss. The patch will reduce the noise on the edges of a highlighted enemy and fixed the blood spatters effect not showing up on successful shots, DSO Gaming reported.

"Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege" patch will also increase Montagne's hip fire spread of LFP586. Furthermore, Patch 2.1.3 will also make Echo's Yokai drone's sonic burst register all the body parts as valid hit surface that will trigger the disorientation effect on its opponent. Ubisoft is also rebuilding the backend design of Hibana's gadget to resolve the X-KAIROS Pellet bug found in the game.

In terms of gameplay, the patch will fix several issues with operators in "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege." The patch fixed the DNBO timer not pausing when a teammate revives a downed player as well as operators getting stuck to a barricade when placing the breaching charge on a partially damaged barricade. Defenders may now dispose of their gum properly in trash receptacles.

Hibana's Gadget Fix IN Next Update.

Meanwhile, the new "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege" publisher has also promised a fix for Hibana's gadget, Gamespot reported. It should be noted that there are random times when the gadget does not detonate. However, Ubisoft noted that the fix will not be revealed in this update.

"Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege" update arrived on April 19 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Servers were unavailable for an hour. The patch rolled out first on PS4 at 6AM PST, then on Xbox One at 7AM PST and finally on PC at 8AM PST. Ubisoft is yet to reveal the release date for the next patch. Watch more about the April update in the video below:

 

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