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Rainbow Six: Siege - Ubisoft permanently bans cheaters on the 1st violation

Ubisoft has learned from The Division and is fighting hard. Rainbow Six: Siege cheaters will be permanently banned from now on, directly at the first violation. We owe this to Overwatch, where Blizzard is successfully doing a similar thing.

Rainbow Six: victories suffers from cheaters and hackers, just like almost every other competitive multiplayer title on the PC. Tom Clancy's The Division recently taught Ubisoft that cheaters can become a real problem. This is probably one of the reasons why the publisher is now taking Blizzard as a model and banning every cheater permanently, directly when they first violate them. Because what about the new one Overwatch Apparently works brilliantly, Rainbow Six: Siege could also help.

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Ubisoft says, Cheating and hacking are things that harm the entire community and are therefore taken very seriously. According to Ubisoft, the rule changes are just one of many steps that should help solve the problem. FairFight, a server-side anti-cheating tool, does the lion's share. Ubisoft defines unauthorized cheating or hacking as follows:

The player is using a modified or otherwise unauthorized version of the game client or a third-party software that brings any kind of unfair advantage (wallhacks, aimhacks ...) or that can affect the experience of the other players.

Indeed should There are also exceptional cases in which players caught hacking or cheating are not immediately excluded from the game forever, but only for a short time. If you get into debt a second time, you must never play Rainbow Six: Siege again.

With the permanent bans, Blizzard seems to have managed to keep Overwatch largely cheater-free. One of the things that could be due to the fact that even a new account does not help: Blizzard may even save the hardware configuration of computers that were used for cheating. However, there is a company that prides itself on currently offering the only wallhack that Blizzard cannot detect.

More: German bot manufacturer Bossland brags about an undetectable cheat

What Blizzard thinks of course stupid, for years. That's why Activision Blizzard has been at odds with Bossland for years. A court hearing will soon clarify whether such offers are actually illegal. You can tell yourself which fundamental questions are all raised by this read through here.

How do you feel about cheaters and permanent exclusions?