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Rainbow Six Siege Enacts Bans For Hate Speech And Racism

Rainbow Six Siege Enacts Bans For Hate Speech And Racism

Rainbow Six Siege Enacts Bans For Hate Speech And Racism

Rainbow Six Siege players on multiple platforms are now unable to spend in-game currency on new items or operators, and Ubisoft doesn't know when the issue will be fixed. With every popular game comes the inevitable toxic part of a community, and according to a recent Reddit post, Ubisoft will now be cracking down on these toxic players by banning people who use homophobic or racist slurs and hate speech.

Depending on the level of severity, users can be banned for two days, seven days, 15 days or permanently. She loves games with strong narratives, impossibly large cups of coffee, and The Walking Dead. Also if you get banned, Ubisoft will tell you the reasons for the ban, unlike some other titles. "Additionally, a global message (similar to the current global broadcasts for cheating) will be displayed in-game, reading: "[Username] has been banned for toxicity".

Hate speech and abusing has been a traditional part of online and multiplayer gaming which has made life hard for millions of players.

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While a player is banned, they will not be able to access online features with their game. Players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will continue to be subject to Sony and Microsoft's own codes of conduct.

As it enters Year 3, Ubisoft is giving Rainbow Six Siege an extensive overhaul with numerous changes to operators and attachments already outlined. "It will then apply an appropriate ban on a case-by-case basis". In a time when esports is picking up much more steam and toxicity is becoming a more present concern, Ubisoft may be becoming more transparent in it's efforts against toxicity. "This is our first step towards managing toxicity in Rainbow Six Siege, and we will have more information to share about our other plans at a later date".

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