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    Ubisoft talks Rainbow Six Siege's recent exploits, Clash's removal, and what comes next.
    Ubisoft took a firm stance on a recent surge of exploits in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, temporarily removing shielded-defender Clash and two gadgets across its Operators. The move stems from the discovery of three nasty game-breaking glitches that rapidly propagated among its multiplayer playlists last week. Ubisoft blocked the required steps to execute them, a short-term remedy ahead of a fix slated for late May 2019.

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    05-21-2019 06:42 AM

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