Ubisoft has confirmed that it is "working actively" in a solution to tackle the "spam" that currently affects the competitive game in Rainbow Six Siege.
Unscrupulous players are the junk mail of the crooked and thin buttons to evade the return fire. Here's a quick video of the technique in action: check the jittery kill-cam at the end.
"Recently, we have seen an increase in players who find themselves with abusive and poor quality spam," said the UbiNoty community manager in the official sub-network (thanks to PCGamesN). "To counter this, the team is actively working on how we want to tackle the problem and plan our next steps.
"We are currently prototype for some systems to solve this. More details about our exact methodology will be shared as we approach a final version."
While Ubisoft admits that it is not entirely certain that the best way to tackle the problem, recognize the problem and inform the players that are looking for a way to deal with it has gone well with the community.
"You may not have a solution, maybe you do not even have an idea to solve it, but at least it confirms that you know the problem," said a commentator. "Honestly, even if the Dev team has entered here and said that we know that users think it's a problem, but we do not see any real reason to fix it now, it would be happier than nothing."
"That. All this was necessary", another agreement. "SOME COMMUNICATIONS. We did not expect a solution at once, we just wanted a certain acknowledgment that Ubi also saw it as a problem. So, thanks for the update, and thanks for considering it."
"I love how CSGO handles that," added another, suggesting that Ubisoft explore a similar resolution. "It can be trimmed 2 times, since the third one causes that the speed f * ck is reduced and it stops completely in the fourth test".