Rainbow Six Siege Update Version 1.64 (PS4) Patch Notes 4.1.1 (PC, Xbox One)

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege update version 1.64 is out now on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Here’s what included in this brand new update.

This is mainly stopgap update that incorporates many of the changes introduced in the test servers for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. It will be followed by other large incremental updates if Ubisoft decides to make further changes to the game.

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The full patch notes for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege update version 1.64 can be seen below. They cover the update changes on all platforms. The patch should be available to download now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Rainbow Six Siege Update Version 1.64 (PS4) Patch Notes 4.1.1 (PC, Xbox One)

GAMEPLAY

Fixed – When Operators are prone on their back, the weapon switch animation is faster than intended.

Fixed – All operators have animation issue transition who make them slide when they sprint just after prone position.

LEVEL DESIGN

OREGON

Fixed – Operators break collision when vaulting into the broken shelf in Laundry room.

OUTBACK

Fixed – Problematic run out/spawn kills via the catwalk in the Motel Parking Lot.

Fixed – Players can rappel through a blocked window on Outback.

OPERATORS

MOZZIE

Fixed – With the right timing a player can enter and see through a drone that Mozzie just captured.

Fixed – The drone outline for a hijacked drone is not visible behind a Black Mirror or from a Maestro camera view.

Fixed – Hacked drones will sometimes lose signal on various maps. These need to be fixed on an individual basis, and we have not fixed every location as of this update.

GRIDLOCK

Fixed – Barricades can not be deployed near deployed trax stingers.

USER EXPERIENCE

Fixed – Game will show a black screen for a few second after moving windows up or alt-tabbing.

Fixed – Onkochishin elite skin has a gap between the holster and the secondary weapon.

Fixed – The letter “V” is censored in the in-game text chat.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is available now for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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