Rainbow Six: Siege has been a big player since it hit the market, and has been popular on both Twitch and YouTube for a long time with professional and regular players. At the same time, it is said that the player has a great competitive gameplay of unknown value. Like other online games, Rainbow Six: Siege actually has one of the most calm and helpful communities. Ubisoft decides to take it, but still plans to keep it clean.
In-game talk will now be followed
Generally speaking in the game and those who break the respect of people will be sent to a certain penalty. If there are words of sexism, homophobia and racism in these conversations, Ubisoft will punish that player with certain punishment. The first is a two-day off-game ban, the last is a seven-day ban, a fifteen-day ban and an unlimited ban. Of course, that depends on how you talk. Such a similar situation was made by Blizzard at Overwatch, the popular FPS games of the time.
It is not yet clear when Ubisoft’s decisions will go into effect, but many players are already quite happy with the decision taken.