Rainbow Six Siege players have once again started to come across the game's infamous matchmaking error over the past few days, but this time around, we've got the fix for Error Code 2-0x0000d013.
Rainbow Six Siege Error 2-0x0000d013 fix may seem a tiny bit unintuitive at first, but it does work according to reports, which also means that this is not a server-side problem at all, but rather a client-side one.
How to Fix Rainbow Six Siege Error Code 2-0x0000d013?
According to sources, you can somewhat easily fix this problem by deleting two files in your installation folder of Rainbow Six Siege. Here's the jig:
- open \Steam\SteamApps\common\Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
- locate uplay_r1_loader.dll and uplay_r1_loader64.dll files, then delete them
- validate Rainbow Six Siege game files via Steam
In some cases, this has fixed the aforementioned problem outright, which means that you can immediately go back to making humongous holes in the walls to shoot people through. Happy hunting!
For more information on other infamous Rainbow Six Siege error codes, we've also covered 2-0X0000D00A and 3-0X0001000B, so reference those if you've been coming across either of these issues as well. You can also find out about the latest information on the .