Rainbow Six Delayed a Week from Its Release, Find Out Why
When Rainbow Six Siege was announced, many people are very excited to see its features and gameplay. Unfortunately, notice of delay was given. The open beta of Rainbow Six Siege was supposed to commence on Wednesday, but according to publisher Ubisoft, its starting date has been postponed. According to Jax, the community manager, the team is currently seeing many questions, especially on disconnection and matchmaking on all platforms. As a result, they need to postpone the Open Beta until such time the game will recover. Despite this bad news, the team reassured the fans, and potential customers that they will have a close supervision of the match, and the people will be informed of the current status.
Rainbow Six Siege is programmed to launch this Tuesday, Dec. 1 at retail on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One and the delay of open beta due to matchmaking times and disconnection problems become even more troublesome. In addressing these issues, Jax stated, the Open Beta will become the cleanest launch possible. Bear in mind that this beta is designed for this particular reason: find troubleshoots and problems to ensure the most established launch possible.
The open beta contains three maps (Hereford, House, and Kanal) and three game modes. These modes include dual PvP modes with a title of “Secure Area,” and “Bomb” together with a PvE mode called the “Disarm Bomb” in which one to five players are given the responsibility to disregard a terrorist entity.
There’s no projected timeframe, but hopefully it is sooner than later.