Rainbow Six Siege error code 3-0x0001000B - How to fix the server connection error

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Rainbow Six Siege error code 3-0x0001000B - How to fix the server connection error

If you are hit by Rainbow Six Siege error code 3-0x0001000B, we can help!

The pesky server connection error has been causing headaches for R6 players all around the world. Although it is not as bad as Rainbow Six Siege error code 0-0x00100608, it is still annoying and makes it impossible to play the game.

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So in this article, we'll go over some solutions to fix error code 3-0x0001000B, so you can get back to raining down destruction on your enemies in no time.

How to fix Rainbow Six Siege error code 3-0x0001000B

If you're a fan of Rainbow Six Siege, you know that nothing ruins a match quite like the dreaded error code 3-0x0001000B. This frustrating server connection error can leave you feeling helpless and unable to join in on the action.

The problem appears to be at Ubisoft's end, but luckily, they have already fixed the connectivity issues in Rainbow Six Siege, so you no longer have to worry about the error code 3-0x0001000B.

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If the issue persists, your internet connection is to blame. We recommend you restart your machine as well as the network device to see if that resolves the problem. In case the error code 3-0x0001000B continues to bother you, try changing your DNS to Google DNS.

What is Rainbow Six Siege error code 3-0x0001000B

Like Rainbow Six Extraction error code BRAVO-00000206, the error code 3-0x0001000B in Rainbow Six Siege indicates a connection error. Meaning, the issue is with the connection between the end user and the game server. The error message reads:

Rainbow Six® Siege server connection error
Rainbow Six® Siege error code: [3-0x0001000B]

The Rainbow Six® Siege servers are unreachable.
Please try again later.
For more information, contact https://support.ubisoft.com

Rainbow Six Siege error code 3-0x0001000B is an issue that can occur on any platform - PC, PlayStation, and Xbox users have all reported experiencing this problem.

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The problem seems to be at the server end of the equation and Ubisoft seems to have resolved the issue at the time of writing. So, happy gaming!