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Rainbow Six Extraction Update 1.02 Patch Notes Today (January 28)

A new patch is now live on all supported platforms!

January 28, 2022

A brand new update for Rainbow Six Extraction was deployed earlier today (January 28) for all supported platforms with some important bug fixes and improvements.

Many players are eager to find out what exactly has changed in today’s patch, so whilst you wait for your download to complete, here’s everything you need to know.

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Rainbow Six Extraction Update Details

Today’s new Rainbow Six Extraction update is only a minor one, so fans shouldn’t expect any new content included in the patch. However, there are some important bug fixes and improvements.

Players will find the patch available to download now on all supported platforms, with a download size of roughly 300MB depending on your platform.

According to the official patch notes, which can be found further down this article, today’s update fixes crashing issues on Xbox consoles, general stability improvements, a fix for incorrectly displayed prices, and plenty more.

Alongside the release of today’s patch, the new Buddy Pass feature was also deployed yesterday and is now available for all owners of Rainbow Six Extraction.

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Rainbow Six Extraction Update 1.02 Patch Notes (January 28)

Below you will find the official patch notes for the January 28 Rainbow Six Extraction update, which brings the game to version 1.02 with the following changes:

• Fixed a crash that occurred on Xbox One & Xbox Series S/X when the language was set to Arabic
• Fixed a bug where displayed prices for REACT Credits appeared incorrectly in multiple local stores.
• You are now able to connect to the servers if you are set as Invisible in Ubisoft Connect.
• Fixed a bug where teammate revives did not work.
• HDR is now functional on PC AMD GPUs.
• Fixed certain matchmaking errors.
• General stability fixes.

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