For the reason that debut of Rainbow Six Siege again in 2015, the sport’s season passes have all the time been one of the best ways to unlock all the brand new content material that Ubisoft brings to the sport. One buy unlocks all eight operators which might be launched for Siege every year, together with an entire host of extras, like skins for characters or weapons — or at the very least, that’s the way it’s speculated to work. However during the last two weeks, gamers who’ve bought the 12 months Three Cross on PlayStation four haven’t gotten many of the season cross content material that ought to have been unlocked.
The 12 months Three Cross grants gamers entry to all eight of the operators that might be launched all through 2018. It additionally comes with eight unique headgear and uniforms, meteorite Allure, 600 Rainbow Six Credit, seven days of early entry to new operators, a 10 % low cost within the in-game store, a 5 % renown increase and a zero.three % Alpha Pack increase.
Nonetheless, gamers are reporting in a number of posts on the official Rainbow Six Siege boards that PS4 prospects have solely been receiving the 600 Rainbow Six Credit after they have bought the cross during the last two weeks. It’s unclear if this is a matter that faces each participant that has purchased the cross, or only a choose few.
As for an answer to this challenge, Ubisoft has largely been quiet. The corporate has but to challenge an official assertion acknowledging this challenge, or warning gamers about it. Nonetheless, Ubisoft has responded to a majority of the discussion board posters which have skilled this challenge, saying that it’s engaged on an answer and is hoping to resolve the problem as quickly as potential. Polygon has reached out to Ubisoft for remark.
Up to now, the 12 months Three Cross must be granting homeowners entry to the 2 operators which have been launched up to now in 2018, Lion and Finka. It would quickly unlock early entry for the 2 operators which might be more likely to be launched initially of June.