What you need to know
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is currently down on Xbox One.
- Ubisoft cites "an issue currently affecting connectivity," with work on a fix underway.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is facing widespread server issues, with players unable to play the hit tactical shooter on January 19, 2020. Ongoing connectivity hiccups prevent players from accessing multiplayer servers on Xbox One, with Ubisoft confirming work remains underway on a fix.
Hi everyone. We're aware of the issues affecting connectivity on Xbox One and are working towards resolving this ASAP: https://t.co/XM9HUZqgMaHi everyone. We're aware of the issues affecting connectivity on Xbox One and are working towards resolving this ASAP: https://t.co/XM9HUZqgMa— Ubisoft Support (@UbisoftSupport) January 19, 2020January 19, 2020
"Hello everyone. We're aware of an issue currently affecting connectivity for Rainbow Six Siege on Xbox One and are working towards resolving this," a Ubisoft representative stated in a forum post (opens in new tab). "We apologize for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your patience. Please be sure to check this thread for future updates. Thanks."
Current server issues appear to be unplanned, with no scheduled maintenance announced for the title across all three platforms. It comes as Ubisoft recently kicked off its "Road to S.I. 2020" event, featuring the new Stadium map, and paid Battle Pass.
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