Rainbow Six Siege launched in 2015 and Ubisoft has been supporting the game with new content and improvements to the game’s experience. However, there is one issue that has plagued Rainbow Six Siege since its launch which is team killing. While Ubisoft has been trying to resolve the issue but, it is easier said than done.
Speaking with PCGamesN, brand director Alexandre Remy admitted that there is a problem with Team Killing and those players who quit the match before it ends in Rainbow Six Siege. He added that “the two main issues we have today in terms of toxic behavior that we’d love to fix in the future.”
There are some very easy solutions, but they would drastically change the gameplay. e could do a quick fix that is potentially the wrong solution to a good question, or we can take more time and invest in the proper solution. It’s going to be a longer process, because usually the proper solution is more complex.
He added that the Team Killing in Rainbow Six Siege has become such a big issue that they have considered to remove the friendly fire but, they don’t want to implement it as it would change the game’s identity.
To be extremely transparent, we’ve talked about one easy solution, which is, ‘Hey, let’s remove friendly fire…’” But they don’t want to implement a change like that because “All of a sudden it changes the DNA of the game. Do we want this? I think overall we don’t.
He concluded that the team is aware of the issue and a solution will be released in the future when the time is right.
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Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical first-person multiplayer shooter developed by Ubisoft for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.