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Rainbow Six Siege
Rainbow Six Siege is another addition to the first-person shooter franchise developed by the Ubisoft Montreal studio.
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Rainbow Six Siege update rebalances both attackers and defenders
Ubisoft have rolled out an update that rebalances both attacker and defender operators, in order to normalise their win rates. Aside from MP5, the biggest changes happened to Caveira and Clash, in the forms of nerfs and buffs, respectively.
Ubisoft to finally crack down on crouch leaning in Rainbow Six
Players have been voicing their concerns over an exploit where others could crouch and lean rapidly to avoid bullets in Rainbow Six Siege and Ubisoft have finally responded. It seems like the end of macros may be on the horizon soon.
Rainbow Six Siege ban wave caught both cheaters and their friends
Ubisoft have rolled out another ban wave in Rainbow Six Siege where a pile of cheaters found their accounts suspended. It appears there was some collateral damage as their friends also got banned, even if they didn't cheat themselves.
Rainbow Six Siege developer may have leaked a Tachanka rework
Rainbow Six Siege has a running Lord Tachanka meme, sarcastically, due to him being one of the weakest operators on the roster. Some banter between content creators and a Ubisoft community developer suggests a rework may be on the way.
New Rainbow Six Siege update brings massive nerf to Caveira
Ubisoft's latest update for Rainbow Six Siege is now live on test servers and it brings significant changes to defending operator Caveira. Her pistol Luison has suffered decreased weapon damage and increased recoil and hipfire spread.
New Rainbow Six Siege cheats let players fly during prep phase
Rainbow Six cheaters have come up with a new way to finish off opponents as several players witnessed exploits such as flying during the prep phase and walking through walls. This way, cheaters are winning before the round even starts.
Rainbow Six Siege leaks Australian operators, due for 2019
We are merely days in 2019 and Rainbow Six Siege is already leaking like a shot up barrel. The first two operators that will join Ubisoft's shooter this year are apparently Australian special forces, going by the names Gridlock and Mozzie.
Valve reveal Steam's best and brightest games for 2018
Valve have released their infographics of sort, that are more like ladders for the best sellers in various categories. As per usual, we have top sellers, most concurrent players, best VR, top new releases and top Early Access graduates.
Ubisoft's Christmas gift is a free Rainbow Six Siege operator
Ubisoft are giving away a Year 1, 2 or 3 operator to everyone who logs into Rainbow Six Siege from 24 December 2018 to 1 January 2019. Players will get one random operator and those who already own them all will receive 25000 renown.
Rainbow Six Siege to require two-step verification for ranked
Ubisoft will lock R6 ranked play for players who did not activate two-step verification. The decision comes as part of Ubisoft's anti-cheat plans that have been announced earlier this year. 2SV will be mandatory only for PC players.