Rainbow Six Siege players try to deduce new anti-cheat measures

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Rainbow Six Siege players have been looking under the hood of the game to try and understand the new anti-cheat update.

The update was rolled out by Ubisoft on 8th November, and on the game’s official website the developer listed the features included. The main feature was a new QB initiative which has been in development for several months. “While we cannot share details of the update in order to protect its integrity,” Ubisoft wrote, “we’re confident of the solution we’ve…

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