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G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Says Ubisoft’s Harming The Game



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Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen is a 22-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under G2 Esports jersey for over two years. Also, he earned over $300.000 from the events.

Pengu took to his official Twitter account to share his reaction about Ubisoft’s decisions about the game and explained how they are harming the game.

Pengu stated that Ubisoft doesn’t know which direction they should take care of Siege, either professional scene or causal scene, and ignoring the problems of the game. Pengu said that both of the scenes are struggling because of this behavior and criticized Ubisoft.

Here is what Pengu said:

“It is year 5 of Siege and Ubisoft still is unsure of which direction siege should take, pro or casual. It is such an important decision to make and they are practically refusing to choose.
It will and already is harming the game.”

A fan named Clinton wrote:

“Either way as a company as big as they are they need to pick 1 or the other before it has a reverse effect where they’re gonna lose a massive amount of players rather than suppressing that with a final decision.”

Another fan named Andre replied:

“I understand making the game more friendly to newer players – but the direction isn’t simplifying the game, but making the newer player experience better. The newcomer playlist already only has 3 maps – why not make the 20 original ops only? Why not more tutorials.”

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