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Ubisoft now auto-bans Rainbow Six Siege players who use toxic language
2018-07-17T14:38:22Z - Jordan Crook / TechCrunch
Ubisoft has implemented a new system in Rainbow Six Siege that bans players for using toxic language in the text chat, according to PC Gamer. Yesterday, a number of players started whining about being temporarily banned from the game after using a racist or homophobic slur in the text chat. Second and third offenses will cost players 2 hours of game time, and any following toxic language will result in an official investigation and potentially a permanent ban from the game. Ubisoft has been talking about removing toxic language from the platform for a while. We will also be tracking the number of times players trigger this filter and will take action as necessary for players that are intentionally having a negative impact on other player’s gaming experience.

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