Rainbow Six: Siege operator temporarily pulled down

May 18 2019 2 min read

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Rainbow Six: Siege developers from Ubisoft Montreal continue to make changes and adjustments to their game, which has successfully occupied its niche in esports. This time it was decided to temporarily remove Clash from the client. According to Siege’s official Twitter account, work is also underway with known exploits related to Claymore mines and shields. They were also temporarily removed from the game. 

"Over the past few days, we have been working to address the issues presented from exploits surrounding Clash, IQ, and Deployable Shields," a blog post on the official game's website reads. "These combined issues touch on core systems of the game, and will therefore take longer than we consider acceptable to address. We are currently expecting fixes prepared by next week." 

Based on the comments of Ubisoft, some elements of the game were removed until May 21. The developers assure that henceforth they will try to more quickly respond to such problems in order not to cause troubles to the players.

Recently, the authors of R6 announced two more operators under the code names Nokk and Warden. They will be added to the Operation Phantom Sight expansion, which will be shown on May 19 during the Pro League finals in Milan.

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