Ubisoft has disabled Clash in Rainbow Six Siege across all platforms today in what looks to be a preemptive attempt at easing player frustration.
Clash has been a troublesome operator for Ubisoft to manage. Being the only defensive operator that has access to a shield, Clash presents many issues for attackers and also a fair amount of frustration when she’s bugging out. Operation Phantom Sight saw the defender disabled because of a nasty bug that made her able to fire her primary weapon with her shield up—at least, that’s what attackers saw.
Today, just over a week into Operation Shifting Tides, Clash has been disabled due to what players are claiming to be the same bug from Operation Phantom Sight. While this is undoubtedly frustrating for players, the upside is that because this has occurred in the past, Ubisoft is much keener on removing troublesome operators from the game as soon as possible.
Rainbow Six Siege on Twitter
UPDATE] We’ve disabled Clash for all platforms in order to investigate an issue that was discovered, and we are currently working on a fix. We will keep you all updated as the situation progresses, and you can check our thread here for updates: https://t.co/12F2Zfnqgj
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