By far the biggest problem has been connection errors affecting matchmaking, particularly. The problems have been reported almost as soon as the upgrade arrived, and two days after, Rainbow Six Siege Items continue to cause problems. Ubisoft has provided workarounds involving changing your DNS into the public ones of Google, however, the potency of this has been questioned from the community.
Worryingly, Ubisoft does not appear to understand this matter is currently happening in the first location. In a statement on Reddit by a Ubisoft Community Manager, it is claimed that Ubisoft is"in the process of performing [their] extreme ] to find a solution for the matchmaking errors".
Second, after it had been discovered for boosting a high number of gamers were banned Ubisoft has needed to reverse a wave of bans. For boosting all players who were awarded a 15-day suspension have experienced their bans and also investigations were carried out to ascertain who was not wrongfully suspended and who. Those found guilty while innocent players will be receiving a 30-day Renown Booster had suspensions reinstated this week for the annoyance.
Although this ban came before the launch of Grim Sky, Ubisoft's fixes into the issues came. Additionally, it raises continuing concerns in the community surrounding Ubisoft's well-intentioned, but flawed enforcement such as criticism of their implementation of this game's toxic language filters.