Rainbow Six Extraction in-game skins missing or disappeared, issue acknowledged
Released in January this year, Rainbow Six Extraction is the seventeenth installment in the long-running franchise.
Developed by Ubisoft Montreal, the squad-based tactical shooter is set in the near future and is heavily inspired by the 2018 Rainbow Six Siege Outbreak event.
But as is the case with the majority of Ubisoft titles, players have reported several issues such as the game missing from library after claiming with Xbox Game Pass and many stuck in Airlock between sub-zones.
While the aforementioned bugs are yet to be fixed, Rainbow Six Extraction players are facing a new problem where several in-game skins have disappeared or are missing after the recent June update (1,2,3,4,5).
Many are angry with Ubisoft since they had purchased skins using real money. Some thought it was a visual issue and tried restarting their game and checking their inventory once again but to no avail.
Doc Skin Gone??? Hey guys so I just realized one of the Doc skins I bought a while back was not equipped to my doc character anymore after the update, the default skin was equipped, I can’t remember the skin name but if i had to describe the skin he kinda looked like Daft Punk, and it was part of one of the bundles with the Rook skin called Droid Expanse, did they get rid of that skin???? Because I can’t find it anywhere
Hey! Has anyone noticed that the alien skin for Vigil is missing?? I noticed it last week and assumed maybe it was bug and would be corrected at the next maelstrom but it’s still gone. It has vanished off the character and vanished from the stores and I did not get a refund of the RC I spent. Did anyone notice this and has bought the skin as well?
As it turns out, Rainbow Six Extraction developers are already aware of the missing skins issue and said it is currently under investigation. However, they did not share any ETA on when it will be resolved.
Hi, there is currently an issue with players missing their in-game skins. Our Team is already investigating this.
We hope Ubisoft resolves the matter at the earliest. When they do, we will be updating this space to let you know so stay tuned for more information.
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