An upcoming patch for Rainbow Six Siege will fix matchmaking issues that have been addressed by players.

The update launched on January 7 for PC, and will head to consoles on January 14. The patch will fix server tick rate, enable data server selection on PC, improve quality of PvP matches, and improve the accuracy of estimated waiting time in matchmaking lobbies.

“Update 1.2 will not fix all of our current top issues and that we are actively working on fixing them as soon as possible”, according to a Ubisoft forum update (via IGN).

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Ubisoft recently took to Twitter and delayed the Operation Black Ice DLC for season pass holders as they will have to wait until February 2.

Rainbow Six Siege was released Dec. 1, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

What are your thoughts? Do you think this patch will improve gameplay? What other problems would you like to see fixed? Feel free to leave your comments in the section below.