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Fabian Explains Why Rainbow Six Siege Is Soon A Dead Game



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Fabian Hällsten, known as “Fabian,” is a 27-year-old Swedish Rainbow Six Siege player who made a name for himself with his time in PENTA and G2 Esports. Right now, he is playing in his own project, Delta Project.

Despite the fact that Rainbow Six Siege is one of the best first-person-shoot games and probably the best tactical shooter game, it is suffering from lots of problems such as balancing changes, cheaters, bugs, and more.

For the past two years, professional players, as well as content creators, have been ringing the bell to alarm Ubisoft that they need to fix the game. Unfortunately, though, there are only a few community-requested changes that happened.

Yesterday, the veteran player Fabian took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his honest opinion about the current state of Rainbow Six Siege and why everybody calls it a dead game.

In the post, Fabian pointed out that the ranked system is completely garbage and mentioned one of the biggest problems about it, which is facing 5-stacks as an individual player all the time.

Furthermore, the in-game leader stated that there are lots of cheaters in the game that it took so long for Ubisoft to handle. In addition to that, Fabian also said that they are making balancing changes without any single clue.

Because of these problems, Fabian touched upon the fact that Rainbow Six Siege has the lowest average players right now for a while and admitted that the game is not enjoyable besides the scrims.

Fabian on the current state of Rainbow Six Siege:

“Some wonder why Siege is soon a dead game, but then you realize how shit the entire ranked system is, solo queue vs 5 stacks, cheaters everywhere and takes way too long to ban, game balance decisions made on completely clueless basis, honestly impossible to enjoy outside of practice.

Average players lowest we had since November -17. Nothing going wrong here.”

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