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Y7S3.2 Patch Notes: Stadium Bravo's chances to appear increased, game health changes

Rainbow Six Siege has released the Y7S3.2 Patch Notes.

Rainbow Six Siege has today released the Y723.2 Patch Notes, which will include various game health changes and more. Keep on reading to find out all the new features.

Read more: Y7S3.3 Pre-Season Designer's Notes: Dokkaebi and Rook with major changes, Finka's presence drops drastically

Y7S3.2 Patch Notes

Here are the most important features that will be introduced with the Y7S3.2 Patch:

Higher Chance to play  Stadium Bravo

Stadium Bravo was released to the game as a competitive map with the launch of Operation Brutal Swarm. Alongside the new map, Ubisoft also changed the map ban system, as players now can choose from a list of five maps rather than just three.

Despite the hype around Stadium Bravo, players seem to not like the map. At all. With players usually baning it, mainly because the community is reluctant to learn how to move around a new map, Ubisoft has decided to increase the chances to play Stadium Bravo on Ranked. On Unranked, Stadium Bravo's presence in the map ban phase has been increased "to almost guarantee its appearance."

Bug Fixes

Ubisoft's new patch also targets some of the bugs the community has been reporting throughout Operation Brutal Swarm's first month. These are some of the most important fixes:

  • Players can't ping gadgets while being on an Observation Tool.
  • Operator's ability (such as mines) can't be picked up if it lands on a Barbed Wire.
  • FOV size issues fixed to Glaz's OTs-03 and the Bearing 9.
  • Players could be stuck on a drone during a game, not being able to leave the observation tool.
  • Recoil pattern image doesn't match with the new recoils introduced with Operation Brutal Swarm's release.
  • Shooting range problems have been fixed.

For more information about bug fixes, make sure to check out Ubisoft's Patch Notes.

Y7S3.2 Patch Size

The patch size for the upcoming update isn't going to be too big, as PlayStation users are the only ones to download around 2GB. Here's the full list, provided by Ubisoft's Patch Notes official article:

  • Ubisoft Connect: 1.21 GB
  • Steam: 1.5 GB
  • Xbox One: 963.28 MB
  • Xbox Series X: 1.19 GB
  • PS4: 2.34 GB
  • PS5: 1.89 GB