Delivering on its promise to provide ongoing support to its new mutiplayer tactical shooter, Ubisoft Montreal launched a new update for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege brings improvements in the anti-trap system, implemented in turn of new policies for the banning of users, either temporarily or permanently.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege – Update 1.3 brings improvements in the anti-cheat system and changes in the policy of banning
“This patch will be released on PC first because of the faster deployment process, in order to test the impact the fixes have and adjust if needed,” Ubisoft said in a post on the game’s forum.
“A much bigger patch, Patch 2.0, will be released at the same time as Season 1, on February 2. This update will be made available on PC and consoles at the same time.”
After identifying the problem, Ubisoft designed a configuration that prevents and penalize with instant death to player seeking to gain an advantage. The list of updates, full here:
- Improved anti-trap system.
- Updated ban policy: Players who are detected by the system using cheats will not be expelled just for three days, but permanently.
- A bug that allows players to cross the red wall during the preparation phase. Added setting of instant death penalty.
- 2-0x00000041 partially corrected the error, which caused damage between the game client and servers.
- Fixed loading screen bug.
- Improved error system detection.
- Players who wish to leave items by F10 or ALT + F4 remain part of them, unless they agree to do so and be penalized or reconnect.
- Fixed some minor inconveniences causing connection problems and sudden closures.