Rainbow Six Siege shares new insight in their Status Report

Sadnan Nafis
By Sadnan Nafis
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(Credit: Ubisoft)

Last month, Rainbow Six Siege’s official twitter page shared that they will be bringing a new Status Report, giving insight into the priority topics of the game.

Earlier today, the devs delivered their promise on sharing the new Status Report to the Siege community, helping them to be more transparent.

The Status Report will dive deep into the long-standing issues that still remain in the game. The devs mentioned that these issues are not that easily mitigated, so they want the players to keep patience and help them reproduce some of these issues in order to fix them.

The report will be touching most of the important topics such as Sound Issues, Connectivity, and Cheating. Some new features like the streamer mode have also been explored in this post.

Check out the Full Status Report in Ubisoft’s website.

At the end of the post, the devs also added that some exciting new features are also being added to the game in the near future.

“We have got some community requests that -are- coming soon such as the alpha of the match replay system, map pick-and-ban, and various reworks. Plus, we’ve got even more things on the horizon that we are excited to share such as the reputation system, ping 2.0, and more. We look forward to continuing to build on the game with all of you!”

It is always good the see game developers being transparent to their community. Hopefully, the devs will be able to mitigate most of the problems in the future. For Siege, this is all just good news, as it continues to grow bigger to this day.

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Steel Wave update is now live on the Test Server. The official release in the live servers should come by next week. So stay tuned for that.

Read More: Key changes and bug fixes made in Operation Steel Wave Test Server

Sadnan Nafis is a Senior Esports Writer at GameRiv. Sadnan has a love-hate relationship with Rainbow Six Siege. He loves to keep himself updated with new tech videos and is always ready to help others.