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Rainbow Six Siege Y3S3.1.2 Update Out This Week; Patch Notes Detailed




Rainbow Six Siege Y3S3.1.2 update patch

Rainbow Six Siege will be getting a new patch this week, which brings the game up to version Y3S3.1.2 and brings fixes to numerous glitches. The patch is focused primarily on addressing some bad exploits that are currently available in the game, with the previously-announced balancing changes being put on the back burner for the time being.

Some of the exploits that will be taken care via this new Rainbow Six Siege patch includes the invisibility glitch and the deployable shield vaulting bug. The invisibility glitch would allow players to remain completely invisible for the entire match, whereas the deployable shield vaulting bug let players vault through windows whenever shields are placed perpendicular to any window. A glitch on the Oregon map also let players clip through the washing machine, though that will be going away, as well.

The following are the complete Rainbow Six Siege Y3S3.1.2 patch notes:

Bug fixes


Fixed – Deployable shields placed perpendicular to a window prevent vaulting.
Fixed – The operator is invisible when players load into game.
Fixed – Pistols have their reticle misaligned with the center of the screen while shooting.
Fixed – No toggle for Montagne and Pulse special abilities (now comes with toggle).
Fixed – Cannot access Bulletproof Camera by pressing the secondary gadget button while prone.
Fixed – While prone, using melee and standing up will switch the knife animation to shield.
Fixed – The Stun Grenade VFX can be cancelled under certain conditions.
Fixed – The squad leader remains alone in a match after one squad member leaves when the leader starts the match.
Fixed – Latency, micro stutters and graphical issues after playing multiple matches and maps in the same Custom game session.
Fixed – End of round timer does not stop when initiating the defuser plant at the last moment.


Fixed – Clipping issue on Lion’s uniforms.
Fixed – Hibana’s face appears washed off when equipped with the Yurei headgear.
Fixed – Holding down both gadget buttons and releasing them in a certain order switches away from Pulse’s Cardiac Sensor.
Fixed – The Chalkboard uniform for Hibana does not appear properly while in First Person.
Fixed – Blitz’s arm is delayed when leaning, causing clipping issues with shield.
Fixed – The observation tool icon is missing from the select spawn location screen for attackers in preparation phase in Ranked.


Fixed – A second “Gold Lion Chibi” will float next to the weapon it is attached to.
Fixed – Equipping a country flag charm on the SPSMG9 will also apply on Clash’s CCE shield.
Fixed – Chibi charms are not properly placed on Clash’s CCE Shield in load out.
Fixed – Multiple charms are clipping through Blitz’s and Clash’s shields.
Fixed – Charms equipped on Clash’s shield are not visible in 3rd person view.

Pick and ban

Fixed – When Joining in Progress during a ban reveal, players will always see the blue smoke.
Fixed – Joining in Progress with previously selected operator does not update teammates blocked operators.
Fixed – During the ready screen, the sizes of the operator’s cards are not consistent.
Fixed – The “Change floor” button is missing in the tactical map.
Fixed – The bullet point that indicates the currently voted OP disappears after changing display mode.



Fixed – Valkyrie Black Eye can see through the ceiling when placed on in a spot on 2F Bank.
Fixed – Spot in 1F Tellers Office allows Valkyrie’s Black Eye to see the corridor and staircase.
Fixed – Spot in 1F Archives allows throwable gadgets to reach 2F Skylight Stairwell.


Fixed – Attacker drones can see through the ceiling underneath 1F Lobby and Bar.


Fixed – Drone has no collision with the terrace edge from West Front Yard.

Hereford Base

Fixed – Ranked Match Action phase lasts for 4 minutes on Hereford Base.
Fixed – Equipping a shield drops the fps by 10–20 on Hereford Base.
Fixed – Unstable FPS in Hereford Base.
Fixed – Maestro’s gadget is vulnerable by breaking cosmetic destruction, Small pinstripe carpets across the map.
Fixed – Players can hide under a desk in 1F Prep Area.
Fixed – Defuser cannot be picked up after being dropped between the wall and the ammo box in 1F Garage.
Fixed – Defuser cannot be picked up after being dropped between the wooden planks located in EXT Barnyard.
Fixed – Thatcher’s EMP grenade does not turn off the faux volumetric glow from the ceiling lights in EXT Barn.
Fixed – Small gap in 2F bathroom ceiling on Hereford base rework.


Fixed – Players can clip inside a wall using a deployable shield at 2F Workshop.


Fixed – Players cannot pick up armor plates if the armor bag is deployed on a kettle in 3F Cigar Lounge.


Fixed – Operators can get stuck inside a pile of boxes in 1F Office.
Fixed – Player can vault inside the washing machine on Oregon.



Fixed – If Buck mounts Tachanka’s LMG Turret with the Skeleton Key on and leaves it, no interaction can be made with the turret afterwards.


Fixed – Clash can instantly go into ADS with her secondary after un–equipping her shield.
Fixed – Clash is not able to use Observation Tools while her CCE shield is extended.


Fixed – Instead of disappearing when Echo’s Yokai hover drone is disabled, the “Jump” button appears greyed out.
Fixed – If a disabled Yokai hover drone is picked up and re–deployed, it will still be in the disabled state when redeployed.


Fixed – Finka’s Spear308’s damage falloff over distance is too high.

Fixed – Maverick’s blowtorch makes no sound on the first use on a wall.
Fixed – Blowtorch SFX persists after Maverick is killed while using it.


Fixed – Black Mirror can be destroyed from the other side of a reinforced wall.
Fixed – Mira can place her Mirror under another destroyed Black Mirror.

Rainbow Six Siege is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game is currently in its third year of support from Ubisoft, with the developer electing to continue to support the game rather than develop a sequel.

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To keep Apex Legends running for an additional “10 to 15 years,” Respawn opens a third studio





Apex Legends developer Respawn has created a third studio in order to keep the popular battle royale genre running for another “10 to 15 years”. Madison, Wisconsin is where the new studio is situated.

This third studio (the first two being headquartered in Los Angeles and Vancouver) will largely focus on Apex Legends in order to ensure a continuous and, most importantly, sustainable production pipeline. It may, however, contribute to other Respawn products in the future. Ryan Burnett, who previously served as director of engine production at Epic Games and had a distinguished 14-year career at Raven Software, the Call of Duty Studio, will serve as the studio’s head.

Senior VP of operations at Respawn, Daniel Suarez, claims in-depth in an interview with that “Because we intend to stick with this for the long haul, team health is unquestionably a top priority for us. We’re eager to see Apex become a franchise that endures for ten, fifteen, or more years because we think it will. We can’t just accomplish everything at once, exhaust ourselves, and be unprepared to do it over the long run.”

Consistency (as well as adequate production runway) are essential to make Apex Legends’ 90-day turnaround for new seasons of content realistic. Suarez observes that the introduction of new characters to the game takes a lot longer than you might anticipate “It takes us between a year and a year and a half to become proficient in a Legend. We are therefore making preparations well in advance.”

Only a few weeks ago, parent company EA fired more than 200 Apex Legends quality assurance testers in an impromptu Zoom call, raising concerns among some fans about the game’s future.

Do you support Respawn’s decision to open a third studio? Do you believe Apex Legends will still be around in 15 years?

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On the PS5, Kingdom Eighties brings micromanagement and vintage nostalgia





Kingdom Eighties, a micro-strategy game coming out for the PS5 in 2023, is a loving tribute to that legendary time period.Eighties will be a stand-alone novel like earlier books in the Kingdom series, such as Two Crowns or New Lands.

You take on the role of the leader, a camp counselor tasked with protecting the village against enigmatic creatures known as greed. Bike around the neighborhood with youngsters like The Champ, The Tinkerer, and The Wiz, who will support you in combat and each contribute something unique to the table while doing your best Stranger Things impressions.

Your thoughts about Kingdom Eighties Have you played any of the other Kingdom games?

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Currently available on PS5, PS4, and 18 more PS + Extra, premium games





Just now, another great update for PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium came out.There are 17 titles in all that are available for these higher membership tiers in March, which is a wonderful collection that should have something for everyone. In Europe, these games are now available for download on the PS5 and PS4, and they will soon be released in North America.

Here is a list of everything included as a reminder:

PS Plus Extra: March 2023

  • Tchia (PS5, PS4) | Review
  • Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5) | Review
  • Immortals Fenyx Rising (PS5, PS4) | Review
  • Rainbow Six Extraction (PS5, PS4) | Review
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo (PS5) | Review
  • Life is Strange True Colors (PS5, PS4) | Review
  • Life is Strange 2 (PS4) | Review
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (PS4) | Review
  • Street Fighter V Champion Edition (PS4) | Review
  • Untitled Goose Game (PS4) | Review
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (PS4) | Review
  • RAGE 2 (PS4) | Review
  • NEO: The World Ends With You (PS4) | Review
  • Haven (PS5, PS4) | Review

PS Plus Premium: March 2023

  • Ridge Racer Type 4 (PS1) | Review
  • Ape Academy 2 (PSP)
  • Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror (PSP)

Tchia, an independent open-world adventure, debuts on PlayStation Plus Extra on the first day of this month. In addition to everything else mentioned above, members will also have access to this endearing new game. The three classic games mentioned above are also available to PS Plus Premium subscribers. Both Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror and Ape Academy 2 provide a set of trophies, which is always a welcome extra.

According to our most recent poll, the majority of you are happy with the new games and oldies that were added to the catalog this month, and we don’t blame you. It’s a fantastic choice. With these more recent membership tiers, Sony seems to be finding its footing after a somewhat poor start.

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