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G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Reveals The Biggest Problem Of The Operation Shadow Legacy

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Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen is a 22-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under G2 Esports jersey for over two years. In his career, he earned over $300.000 from the tournaments.

Yesterday, Ubisoft launched the new operation named Operation Shadow Legacy, featuring iconic character Sam “Zero” Fisher, and made everybody excited with the new features like new sights, map banning, and more.

After trying out the new operation, Pengu took to his official Twitter account to share a clip from his stream and revealed the biggest problem he faced.

In the tweet, Pengu noticed the delay in the magazine count after you switch your weapons and stated he is sure this a bug rather than an intention. Also, Pengu explained the differences compared to the old patch and wanted an immediate fix to this bug.

Here is what Pengu said:

“The only really big issue I have found that has not been addressed yet (good job by Ubi) has been the following: When you swap weapon you no longer instantly see the bullet count on the weapon you are swapping to, and the reload icon stays far longer than it did before.

Before this patch the buttom right ammo count would instantly swap, rather than go blank for an entire second, then show the count. and the reload icon would go away the moment you would change weapon. I am sure its a bug rather than intention.”

You can check out the clip below.

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