Rainbow Six Siege Exploits Allow Players To Win Matches Before They Even Start

Rainbow Six Siege proved to be a successful multiplayer title for Ubisoft. The studio supported it since launch with new content and updates. But, the game is not without its flaws. Rainbow Six Siege Exploits have been discovered that allows players to fly or run through walls.

A number of players have reported and even posted videos of Rainbow Six Siege Exploits. These exploits allow players to finish off the enemy team even before the match starts.

As you can see in the video below, one player used the Rainbow Six Siege Exploit to walk through walls and kills the enemy team. This resulted in the player exploiting the game winning the match.

What is more interesting is that all of this was done in the preparation phase of the match. Meaning the player won the match even before it started.

Getting outplayed in prep phase. from r/Rainbow6

Not only that, another exploit allowed a player to fly in the air. The player took this exploit as a chance and wiped out the team in the prep phase and won the match. Here is the proof.

I didn’t know Doc have a jetpack! from r/Rainbow6

This indicates that Ubisoft has to roll out a quick fix for these Rainbow Six Seige exploits. If this continues to happen then eventually the number of players using the exploit will increase.

Speaking of the game, Ubisoft has retired its auto-ban system and has opted for moderation. the auto ban system allowed the game to detect and ban players automatically.

According to Ubisoft, the reason why they changed it because the auto-ban was “intrusive”. Rainbow Six Siege auto-ban “was intrusive to the gameplay of other players not engaging in the inappropriate activity”.

This is not the only thing Ubisoft has rolled back. Previously, Ubisoft decided that it won’t censor the game.

Initially, Ubisoft wanted to make changes as part of restriction in certain Asian countries. So, Ubisoft wanted a uniform version of the game globally.

Rainbow Six Siege is a first-person multiplayer shooter developed by Ubisoft. The game is available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.