Ubisoft is taking desperate measures to counter its exploit epidemic in Rainbow Six Siege.
What you need to know
- Game-breaking bugs continue to impact shooter Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
- Shielded defender “Clash” will be temporarily removed while developing a fix, alongside deployable shields and claymores.
- Ubisoft expects to issue a patch “next week,” with more details planned for May 21.
Several game-breaking bugs continue to strike Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, leveraging exploits detrimental to its tactical shooter combat. Ubisoft has now drafted plans to temporarily remove its shield-wielding defender “Clash” while engineering a fix, alongside deployable shields and claymores for all Operators.
An assortment of major exploits has gained traction this week, allowing players to shoot through shields and appear invisible. The removal of Clash and two gadgets prevents executing the required steps for bugs to occur, while a patch remains in the works. Ubisoft has warned players the issues will “take longer than we consider acceptable to address,” currently slated for next week.