Rainbow Six Siege scammers are forcing chickens into people’s feeds

Rainbow Six Siege has received its fair share of cheaters over the years, but I’ve never seen anything quite like this new strategy.

Hackers have exploited the ban feed, which warns players when someone has committed a bannable offense, to display images on other players’ screens.

The images displayed by hackers range from carefree to very insecure.

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On the more hilarious side, a screeching chicken pops up at key moments for some players. Check out streamer Athieno’s gameplay clip below:

However, some were more serious and featured nudity and acts of extreme violence. This is problematic for streamers as showing such content can result in a ban.

Ubisoft has reportedly disabled the lock feed while it fixes the exploit, but there is a client-side solution where players can disable the lock feed from their HUD via settings.

For its part, Ubisoft has consistently updated Rainbow Six Siege’s anti-cheat measures since the game launched seven years ago. The latest update called QB should be the most effective yet.

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