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Spacestation Gaming Rainbow Six Siege Player Bosco Says Leaning Is Broken Right Now



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Dylan “Bosco” Bosco is a 25-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing for Spacestation Gaming since October 2018. In his career, he earned over $275.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

Bosco took to his official Twitter account to share his opinion about the Online Siege and claimed that leaning mechanics are broken right now.

In the tweet, Bosco stated that the game would be much better without leaning even though he likes the feature because it creates such an unfair advantage to the players online. In this way, he revealed the differences between LAN and online games.

Here is what Bosco said:

“I’m convinced leaning is a HUGE reason “online peeks” are so broken. I love the lean mechanic but in my most likely unpopular opinion, I do think the game would be better without it (at least online).”

A fan named Marcus replied:

“What about slowing movement speed down when leaning?”

Another fan named Matthew wrote:

“Thank Jesus. I’ve said that for 4 years. Let’s fight for that! A true fps game has to impose a simple condition. If you want to peek, you may get punished for it. Lean takes that away. You expose nothing for a kill. This is fundamentally wrong.”

You can check out the tweet below.

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