Rainbow Six Siege servers down: server error code makes login impossible

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The Rainbow Six Siege servers are currently unavailable (Image: UBISOFT GETTY)

Rainbow Six Siege servers are currently unavailable, preventing fans from playing the Ubisoft game online.

Rainbow Six Siege’s server status is grim reading for fans, who have complained that they can’t access the online shooter.

Fans are currently greeted with error messages when trying to log in and play online.

Independent website Down Detector has received hundreds of reports of Rainbow Six Siege not working.

The outage tracker monitors social mentions around certain topics to detect when services around the world go down.

The Down Detector failure map shows that the issues affect users in the UK, Europe and the US alike.

According to Ubisoft, the team is working on a fix for the connectivity issues.

“We are aware of the issues affecting connectivity and are working to resolve them as soon as possible,” reads a Ubisoft message.

While the issues seem to primarily affect PC users, console players are also experiencing issues.

Needless to say, Rainbow Six Siege fans have expressed their frustrations on Twitter.

“I’m having connection issues for Rainbow Six Siege, your articles don’t even work to fix, I’m in an endless loop of connecting to the server and it won’t let me in, it worked fine, but after this new update won’t even work,” one tweet reads.

“Can’t go online on Rainbow Six Siege. I logged in via Ubisoft connect, launch it via Steam, but it won’t go online, I only get into its offline mode.”

As one fan points out, the downtime comes just hours after the release of a new update.

Needless to say, the update brings dozens of changes across all platforms and introduces a new operator called Croatia.

“Croatia bringing expertise to Nighthaven with its quick wits and unabashed enthusiasm for 1960s sci-fi movies,” reads a Ubisoft statement.

“This season is packed with a plethora of updates, including changes to Operator armor and DBNO scores, as well as balancing for Twitch, IQ, Mute, and Fuze.

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