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    Ubisoft's new "Reverse Friendly Fire" anti-teamkilling rules hit Rainbow Six Siege tomorrow.
    Ubisoft has been hard at work on overhauling its teamkilling systems for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, amid widespread griefing in multiplayer matchmaking. Friendly fire lies at the heart of the hit shooter, complementing its tactical gameplay and forcing players to think before they shoot. It's an ideal pairing in concept, though the continued rise of intentional teamkilling is frustrating – especially for new players.

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    05-07-2019 11:50 AM

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