The new Rainbow Six Siege Y7S3.2 Patch Notes is dropping tonight on all platforms.
Rainbow Six Siege’s Y7S3 Operation Brutal Swarm brought the newest operator Grim, and a bunch of issues came alongside him. Ubisoft will be releasing Siege’s new Y7S3.2 patch to mitigate some of these bugs.
Siege devs will be tweaking the map rotations to increase the chances for Stadium Bravo to appear on the map ban selection screen. This change will be implemented on both Ranked and Unranked playlists. Other than that, Ubisoft has addressed bullet holes exploit, pining issues while using an Observation Tool, and more.
🛠️ With the deployment of Y7S3.2 comes a range of fixes for known issues.
With this in mind, there are issues that we’re still investigating, to find a resolution. pic.twitter.com/aksdyVqz0i
— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) October 5, 2022
Additionally, Ubisoft has shared Console players will now experience fewer crashes, but the devs are still working hard to make the experience smoother for both console and PC users.
The Y7S3.1 Patch will be deployed at 15:00 UTC for PC, which includes Steam, Ubisoft Connect, and Amazon Luna. For Xbox and Playstation users, the update will drop at 13:00 and 14:00 UTC, respectively. The servers will go down for an hour for the patch to be deployed.
You can find the full Y7S3.2 Patch Notes below (source: Ubisoft).
Y7S3.2 Patch Notes
- Ubisoft Connect: 1.21 GB
- Steam: 1.5 GB
- Xbox One: 963.28 MB
- Xbox Series X: 1.19 GB
- PS4: 2.34 GB
- PS5: 1.89 GB
- Ranked: Increased the chances for Stadium Bravo to appear on the map ban selection screen.
- Unranked: Chances for Stadium Bravo appearing on the map ban selection screen increased massively to almost guarantee its appearance.
FIXED – Bullet holes exploit can be replicated on some wooden textures.
FIXED – Players sometimes cannot ping gadgets or Operators while using an Observation Tool.
FIXED – Operator’s unique ability cannot be picked up if deployed in their own Barbed Wire.
FIXED – Attackers have limited functionality while stepping on a Welcome Mat immediately after receiving an Adrenaline Surge.
FIXED – Small gaps at top of barricaded double doors that allow players to scan Operators or place gadgets.
FIXED – Multiple LOD issues on various maps.
FIXED – Sights have a different FOV and size when equipped on Glaz’s OTs-03.
FIXED – Sights have a different FOV and size when equipped on the Bearing 9.
FIXED – Scramble VFX is missing when switching to or between Observation Tools.
FIXED – Player can get stuck in a drone during gameplay.
FIXED – Recoil pattern preview image doesn’t match the new recoils.
FIXED – Users receive Quick Match and Newcomer Free Battle Pass rewards in Ranked and Unranked sessions.
FIXED – AAR Battle Pass tab displays rewards as 120 points instead of 100 points after a player loses a match.
FIXED – Performing an action in a menu and pressing the Options button on a controller creates issues on consoles.
FIXED – Drones are not highlighted for the Spectator during Preparation Phase.
FIXED – Various VFX and SFX issues.
FIXED – Various shooting range issues.
FIXED – Various UI issues.
FIXED – Various Localization issues.
FIXED – Various Shop and Customization issues.
Rainbow Six Siege’s upcoming Y7S3.3 mid-season patch has also been announced, and it is currently available on the PC Test Server.