New Patch for Rainbow Six Vegas 2 Should Stop the Game From Eating Away Your Hard Drive Space


You may recall awhile back that some observant PC gamers noticed an odd thing about their version of Rainbow Six Vegas 2. Namely, they noticed their hard drive space was slowly dwindling because every time the game crashed it would create a crash log file that took up almost 1GB of space. Well, PC gamers will be happy to know that Ubisoft has finally released a new patch that should fix that issue as well as a few others. Besides the crashing problem, the new patch fixes bugs involving lost XP and connection issues; plus it adds some KillCam options and better speech recognition to the game. To download the patch and stop your computer from being slowly dissolved from the inside out, just click on the link below.

Rainbow Six Vegas 2 v1.02 Patch

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4 Comments on New Patch for Rainbow Six Vegas 2 Should Stop the Game From Eating Away Your Hard Drive Space

Col. James Slate

On May 13, 2008 at 5:43 pm

Unfortunately, this patch is probably to little to late, considering that the game didn’t do so well as a PC port anyway…


On May 14, 2008 at 8:37 am

Just another Ubisoft screwup. They can’t make proper pc games and I don’t see why they keep bothering with their bug infested half assed games.


On July 9, 2008 at 1:15 am

All you useless kill joys with no life can f**k off!

Vegas 2 s all over COD4 from a mighty height indeed and just because it dont work for you, you somehow feel the need to cry and like little girls because you think we care about your opinions.

Guess what… we dont.

Vegas 2 rocks and this patch will only make it better.

Rainbow Six = win.


On August 23, 2008 at 2:18 am

Right on, KillKam!