The developers have promised "all hands are on deck" to combat the server problems that have affected the Rainbow Six Mobile closed beta since its launch earlier this week.
The Rainbow Six Mobile developers have promised that "all hands are on deck" as they look to fix the server problems and missing invites that have plagued the closed beta since its launch on Monday.
In a statement posted to the game's social media channels, the developers admitted that this was "not the experience we intended for our community."
The issues have been wide-ranging but focus on poor server performance, with the developers confirming that it is an issue on their end when it comes to "rubber banding, error codes, and some bugs preventing being able to progress further in the game."
They also confirmed that a number of invited players have failed to receive their invite.
The developers also stated that they are going to be deploying fixes over the coming days, with the servers remaining open as they monitor and track game issues.
Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Beta Plagued With Issues
This follows a statement released on September 13, which stated that the servers were having their "CPU power" increased to combat dropped frame rate issues and rubber banding. That was followed by two new waves of invites being sent out, but clearly, the problems persist.
Thank you for all the feedback/bug reporting you've sent in so far. We have increased the CPU power on our servers to reduce dropped frame rate issues/lags/rubber banding.— Rainbow Six Mobile (@Rainbow6Mobile) September 13, 2022
To test the new parameters, we are rolling out TWO additional waves of #R6M invites later today! pic.twitter.com/47WgwlCaei
This is the second closed testing period that Rainbow Six Mobile has undertaken, with this one adding India, Brazil, Singapore, and the Philippines to the eligible countries, joining the United States, Mexico, and Canada, who were eligible for the previous closed alpha.
It's not clear if there are particular regions that are having more troubles than others, though the Rainbow Six Mobile subreddit reveals a litany of issues. There are some reporting that they find themselves in games by themselves, while others say they can't get past the in-game tutorial.
The closed beta added the Clubhouse map, a battle pass, and Operator progression, but with the current issues stopping so many from playing, it looks like the developers are going to have to regroup before adding any more content.
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