Rainbow Six Siege Fuze default loadout bug (weapon settings getting reset) acknowledged, fix in the works
While many bugs and issues are already being looked into, Rainbow Six Siege players are facing another one with Fuze default loadout.
@UbisoftSupport There’s a consistent bug where fuzes default load out keeps changing to holographic and no skin on Xbox even after changing it constantly in game and outside of a match
literally only for fuze, attachments set to default before a match EVEN though i’ve equipped something else?
As per multiple recent reports, the said bug with the Rainbow Six Siege Fuze default loadout is resetting the weapons settings.
Also, this is inconveniencing players as the weapons settings are getting reset before a match. However, there is an easy workaround to bypass the said issue.
Several users have been reporting that switching an equipped weapon or attachment and reverting to the same brings back the weapons configuration (Fuze default loadout).
You can also just change one of the attachments and then change it back, that will also fix issue.
While it is good to see that players have come across a workaround on their own, the issue still requires a proper fix.
Ubisoft support has already acknowledged the said issue with the Fuze loadout and a fix is in the works.
However, it is unclear how long it will take for the said fix to come out as no ETA has been provided.
It must be noted that Rainbow Six Siege recently bagged a patch but it did not fix the said problem.
So, affected players may have to wait for some time before Ubisoft starts rolling out another patch/update to isolate the issue.
Hopefully, the fix for this issue with Fuze loadout arrives soon so that users can play Rainbow Six Siege without any hassle.
That said, we will report back with more details as and when new information becomes available so stay tuned.
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