Ubisoft is making the game health of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege its top priority for the next three months, pushing back its Hong Kong-based Season Two in favor of Operation Health.
According to Ubisoft’s official blog, the point of Operation Health is to build a stronger future for Rainbow Six Siege by focusing on three pillars: technological improvements, a new deployment process, and bug fix sprints.
Some specific goals include simplifying the one-step matchmaking process, higher tick rate servers with better hit registration, and more efficiently addressing community-reported bugs.
To make room for Operation Health, Hong Kong will now launch in August as part of Season Three, and South Korea in November as part of Season Four. The number of new maps for 2017 has been cut to three.
You can see a detailed visualization of Rainbow Six Siege’s roadmap in the graphic below or head to Ubisoft’s blog for more info.
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