Clash has it in Rainbow Six: Siege not easy. She was the first defender with a shield and the players quickly found exploits that made Clash an extremely problematic and unfair operator.
Now Ubisoft at Clash fixed the same bug for the fourth time. This time you want to be safe and reward players who still find bugs with cosmetic items.
What is the problem with clash?
Clash was banned for the first time in May 2019. The reason was that could shoot through her shield, This made the operator invulnerable from the front, but was able to easily kill other enemies. Back then, the problem caused Ubisoft to introduce a system through which they could quickly disable problem operators.
Shortly thereafter, Clash disappeared again. Because the exploit, which was declared fixed, appeared again. After the second fix, there was the same problem again in December 2019. The defender only brought patch 4.2 back in January 2020.
However, that was not the end of it and the bug now returned for the fourth time. The recent deactivation
meanwhile the community just makes fun of Clash, Reddit user herdsern881726 explains, for example: "Clash is currently only an event". She has also been featured several times in a webcomic series about Rainbow Six: Siege called Sau-Siege.
This is how you will be rewarded for bug reports
Already in mid-2019, Ubisoft started a Bughunter program that rewards you for reporting new bugs. However, the exploit surrounding Clash is so problematic that you can get cosmetic items without the credit system presented at the time. That's how it's done:
- You report errors on the website R6fix.ubi.com
- It must be a new bug that has not yet been reported on the website.
- You must submit a description of the error along with a video.
- The exploit has to be confirmed by the R6 developers.
- Only reports based on the February 26, 2020 test server update are valid.
- The closing date for entries is March 3, 2020.
As a reward, there is the "Raptor Legs Frost" charm for your weapons. If you already own it, you will receive another reward, not specified.