How to Check Ping Latency in Rainbow Six Extraction

If you are experiencing lag in R6 Extraction, and wondering if it because of your ping latency, you have come to the right place. This guide will show you how you can check your ping or latency in Rainbow Six Extraction.

You can check your Ping in R6 Extraction

There is no denying that lag is something that everyone of use hates, when it comes to gaming. Be it fps lag or connection and server lag. There are plenty of ways to fix FPS lag, but taking care of server lag or latency, requires some extra attention. Rainbow Six Extraction is no different.

A lot of reports have been popping up lately on the Ubisoft forums, where people are complaining that they are experiencing lag, rubberbanding, hit registry issues, etc. A lot of you might think, that since Extraction is not a PvP title, these issues don’t impact the game that much. But you are extremely wrong. You see, Rainbow Six Extraction is a co-op title, that requires you to maintain your pace and support your teammates. If you are lagging all around, and alerting every single enemy in the room. You will most definitely fail your missions. To prevent that, you need to first figure out why are you lagging. And to do that, the first thing you need to know, is, “What is your ping?”.

How to check ping in R6 Extraction

The process of checking your ping is pretty easy. But most of you, most probably, would not be able to figure it out, if you are not looking carefully. Here is what you need to do:

  1. Start Rainbow Six Extraction
  2. Go to the Main Menu
  3. Click on the Settings Button, located in the top-right corner of your screen
  4. Look just below “QUIT TO DESKTOP”
  5. You should notice your Data Center and your Ping there
    How to check ping in Rainbow Six Extraction

How to fix Lag in Rainbow Six Extraction

If your ping is higher than 150 ms, then you have your reason behind all the lag and rubberbanding issues you are experiencing. In that case, first you need to make sure that your NAT is open. Here is how to check your NAT type:

Last Updated on January 24, 2022

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