One issue that all multiplayer shooter games have is teamkillers. Those who just can’t resist killing their own teammates. Each developer has its own way to deal with them but all deal with such players with a firm hand.
Ubisoft has released a new Rainbow Six Siege update that will ban players instantly after a team kill. If you kill a teammate for the first time, there is 30 minutes ban. Each time the duration of the ban increases, the longest being a week-long ban on your fifth offense.
Here are the rest of the patch notes.
Fixed – [PC][PS4][XB1] A number of crashing issues across all platforms.
Fixed – [PC][XB1] Cannot use melee for a short while after using prone.
Fixed – Players are able to take the defuser through the walls.
Fixed – Throwing C4 on an electrified wall will not destroy the nitro cell on contact.
Fixed – The bullet casings are ejected forwards when firing the AR-15.50 weapon.
Fixed – Clash’s Shield can be deployed while crouched.
Fixed – Clash’s CCE shield can clip in the arm and clip in the pistol.
Fixed – Clash is able to fire her gun before weapon appears on screen.
Fixed – In the loadout menu charms are not equipped in the same place as during a session for Clash’s CCE Shield.
Fixed – When a player is killed by the CCE shield, the generic death icon is displayed instead of the taser shield
Fixed – [PC][XB1] Clash’s CCE shield is clips through partially broken barricades when rotating.
Fixed – If the attackers drop the defuser, Smoke can move it by throwing his gadget on it.
Fixed – Players are able to throw gadgets outside during the prep phase via the floor of 2F Bathroom.
Fixed – Inconsistency between thumbnail icon and preview for Buck’s Grim Sky BDU.
Fixed – Non-purchased items have the ‘set as active’ option.
Fixed – Error message present in the pop-up modal when 2SV is active.
Fixed – Pressing enter multiple times while the title is loading will cause the title to start a situation with the 2SV pop-up still on the screen.
Fixed – All the Six Major Paris Charms appear with a placeholder model.
While these measures are welcomed, there needs to be a perma-ban for those