Fix: Rainbow Six Siege Operators Missing 2024

When it comes to the action FPS multiplayer tactical video games by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is one of them. As the game has a separate fanbase, the gaming experience never goes down with the new patch updates periodically. In tactical FPS video games, having the best operators can help win matches and complete several crucial missions. But if a few operators aren’t available all of a sudden, then what will you do? It seems that Rainbow Six Siege Operators Missing have become a common issue.

Many reports surfaced on forums that Rainbow Six Siege operators are missing unexpectedly, even after purchasing them and having them for a while. This specific issue only happens with the Xbox console gamers, where the Rainbow Six Siege Delux Edition players cannot retrieve the Year 1 and Year 2 operators by any means. Though the game shows that an add-on doesn’t need to be installed, only the Year 1 or 2 operators aren’t showing up.

Fix: Rainbow Six Siege Operators Missing 2023

Fix: Rainbow Six Siege Operators Missing 2024

As you can see in the following tweet by a Rainbow Six Siege player on the Xbox platform, almost 8 operators from year 1 have disappeared, and even downloading them back didn’t help. Whereas some of the installed DLCs are also uninstalled out of nowhere. Luckily, the Ubisoft Support Twitter team has responded to this issue and clarified that it may have gone missing due to the conflict during the cross-progression. But they can restore the missing operators if everything is fine with the game account.

Fortunately, here we’ve shared with you a couple of possible workarounds that should come in handy. So, without further ado, let’s jump into it.

1. Restart the Xbox Console

It’s highly recommended to simply restart the Xbox console manually to check if the temporary glitch or cache data issue has been cleared or not. By doing so, multiple issues with the system performance and in-game conflicts will be fixed.

2. Power Cycle the Xbox Console

Performing a power cycle method on your Xbox console is worth mentioning to ensure there is no issue with the device firmware or glitch. A normal reboot might not work in most cases and requires a power cycle process to clear out temporary glitches or cache data issues. To do this:

  • Power Off the Xbox console > Unplug the power cable from the console and power source.
  • Now, wait for around 30 seconds, and then plug back the power cable in.
  • Make sure to turn on the Xbox console and check whether the issue has been fixed or not.

3. Sign Out and Remove the Xbox Account

You should also sign out of the Xbox profile on your Xbox console and then sign back into the account to check for the issue again.

  • Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the Guide menu.
  • Select Profile & System > Choose Settings.
  • Go to Account > Select Remove accounts.
  • Choose the profile you want to remove and then select Remove to confirm.

However, if you only want to sign out of your Xbox profile, check the following steps.

  • Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the Guide menu.
  • Select Profile & System > Choose Sign Out.

4. Log In to Your Existing Xbox Account

After removing or signing out of the Xbox profile, you should log into the account again to clear potential issues or bugs.

  • Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the Guide menu.
  • Go to Profile & System > Select Add or Switch.
  • Choose Add New > Follow the on-screen instructions to enter the sign-in info for your account.

5. Update Rainbow Six Siege

Sometimes an outdated game patch version can be buggy enough to trigger several game performance or server syncing issues. So, you should check for the Rainbow Six Siege game updates on your Xbox console by following the steps below.

  • Go to the My Games and App section of your dashboard.
  • Select Manage and go to Updates.
  • Choose the Rainbow Six Siege game > Press the A button on the controller to start the update.

6. Check for System Updates

The chances are possible that somehow your system software becomes outdated for a while and several bugs or glitches are troubling you a lot. It’s better to always check for system updates on the Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One console before getting to any other conclusion.

  • Press the Home button on the Xbox console to open the Dashboard menu.
  • Now, select Settings from the bottom of the menu > Select All Settings.
  • Choose System > Select Updates.System Update Xbox
  • Select Update Console (if available) > Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the update process.
  • Once done, make sure to restart the console to apply changes.

7. Reinstall the Game

Well, you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the game manually on your Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One console to check for the issue again.

  • Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the Guide menu.
  • Select My Games & Apps > Hit See All > Choose Games.
  • Then select the Ready to Install tab > Select Queue.
  • Select the Rainbow Six Siege game that you’re trying to reinstall.
  • Now, press the Menu button on your controller.
  • Select Manage Game & add-ons or Manage App.
  • Choose Rainbow Six Siege > Select Uninstall All.
  • Make sure to select Uninstall All to confirm the task.
  • Wait for the uninstallation process to complete.
  • Reboot the system to apply changes.
  • Then press the Xbox button on the controller to open the Guide menu again.
  • Hit My Games & Apps > Select See All > Go to Games.
  • Select the Ready to Install tab > Hit Install for Rainbow Six Siege.
  • Wait for the installation process and then restart the console.

8. Reset the Console

If the above methods don’t work for you,, then follow the steps below to reset the console manually. Though the factory reset process will delete saved Wi-Fi passwords, user-configured settings, Bluetooth-paired devices, logged-in user accounts, etc., it might help fix the in-game issues to some extent.

  • Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the Guide menu.
  • Select Profile & System > Go to Settings > Select System.
  • Go to Console info > Select Reset console.
  • You’ll get a prompt like Reset your console.
  • Here you should select Reset and remove everything. [This will delete all user data, including accounts, saved games, settings, all installed apps & games, etc]
    • Although you can choose to Reset and keep your games & apps, it may not resolve the issue in most cases.
  • After you select the option, your Xbox console starts deleting and resetting the system to the factory default settings.
  • Wait for the process to get completed, then reboot the console.
  • The first time boot after reset might take a couple of minutes.
  • Finally, sign into the Xbox account, and connect to the Wi-Fi network.

That’s it, guys. We hope this guide was helpful to you. For additional queries, you can comment below.

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