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  • Ultimately, a bone of contention comes from the kind of Rook, whose new character model was criticised for appearing to lower his age. His visor was raised, but the overall detail of his face seems to Rainbow Six Siege Items have been diminished from the process, losing lots of the batter and grime and leaving him looking baby-faced. Once again taking to Reddit, the community manager of Ubisoft confirmed that a patch later in the summer season will probably lower his visor to cover the model, but the original face will not make a comeback.

    While all of these are temporary problems, Ubisoft needing to fight fires has meant problems that would be picked up and fixed early on in a year are going unacknowledged.

    The surprisingly open bug-squashing strategy for cheapest R6 Credits, R6Fix, lists problems raised by the neighborhood for both the test and live servers.

    It's understandable an upgrade as expansive as Grim Sky would start with a couple issues, but the number of problems this time around does raise questions on the effectiveness of the testing servers if they were unable to be identified and adjusted before being pushed to the live game. Hopefully, these problems don't hold back the remainder of the season, even if it's currently looking like it is going to take a while before anyone can actually get stuck into Grim Sky.