Originally Posted by RemiXbomB99It's useful to know that following the connectivity troubleshooting did help a bit, thank you for that.
Well, yes, the connectivity icon did appear a bit before the guy got the kill in the video, but it 90% of the time it doesn't result in a ping spike all the way to 600. In my experience, the yellow ping icon only appears if my ping is above 100 and it doesn't result in me rubberbanding back to the place I was at moments ago. I will be uploading a clip of when I had the issue yesterday in a bit, but before I do, you should know that back when this problem appeared for me during Phantom Sight, it was much more sever than what you'll see in the video. I managed to decrease it by setting a static IP, forwarding the game ports, flushing the DNS, and resetting the host file.
Originally Posted by RemiXbomB99Thank you for the video, this is most useful!
You can see how my ping changes after each kill.
Originally Posted by OG_Hamburglar27I can see how frustrating it must be for this to happen with every kill, I'm sorry this is affecting you. Have you tried contacting our support directly for troubleshooting?
Same problem though changing my isp would fix it but did nothing, makes getting back to back kills pretty much impossible and super annoying
Originally Posted by FindFixFinishAn interesting thought, thank you once more for your help!
I wonder if BattlEye has something to do with this? You could try running some of the main files as admin or perhaps even reinstalling BattlEye.
BattlEye is located in its own folder, inside the Siege installation folder. Open that folder, right-click BEService_x64, and then: properties/compatibility/run this programme as an administrator.
Battleye can also be uninstalled and installed by clicking the respective files of the same name in that same folder.
Both of the main game and BattlEye .exe files can also be run as administrator. They are named RainbowSix and RainbowSix_BE. Each one is located amongst the main game files in the primary folder - you'll just have to scroll down until you find them.
Originally Posted by usoosuHey usoosu - welcome to the Ubisoft Forums!
Does anyone know if the problem is fixed yet?
Originally Posted by BLACK.ROSEEIt is expected that you would see better performance when using a wired connection, BLACK.ROSEE - there can be interference and also delays when using Wi-Fi, which is why we recommend the use of an ethernet connection.
so i found out that when I connect my PC LAN or u can call it by internet cable everything work smoothly but when I connect it by USB WIFI it gets the same issue and its very annoying.