The first thing you need to do is make sure the mouse is plugged in correctly, if it is plugged in correctly, you will need to restart the game. After this you can go to the Hardware and sound section of the control panel on your PC, here you will find a list of options to choose from, but the one you are looking for is the Mouse option, within it you will have to access pointers in the properties tab Mouse button and here look for the option that says enable pointer shadow.
Turn on pointer shadow and restart the game to make the pointer appear again.
That's all you need to know about how to fix mouse cursor in Rainbow Six Extraction so now that we're done, we hope you'll be able to fix this error sooner rather than later.
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