Rainbow Six Siege Reputation System Issues and Delays
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Rainbow Six Siege Reputation System Issues and Delays

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Ubisoft has announced that the much-anticipated Reputation System in Rainbow Six Siege is still in beta due to inconsistent functionality. This system, designed to combat toxicity in the game, categorizes players based on their behavior and communications, with consequences ranging from reduced XP gains to limited matchmaking options and mandatory 'learning and reform opportunities' for those at the lower end of the spectrum.

Players in Rainbow Six Siege have reported receiving communication penalties more frequently than expected, leading to inaccurate categorization by the Reputation System. The categories in the system include:

  • Exemplary
  • Esteemed
  • Respectable
  • Disruptive
  • Dishonorable

With the aim of promoting positive interactions and discouraging toxic behavior.

System Overview

Introduced at the start of 2023, the Reputation System identifies negative behaviors such as verbal abuse or toxic in-game chat and assigns players a label based on their conduct. While the intention behind the system is commendable, its inconsistent performance has led Ubisoft to keep it in beta until further improvements can be made.

Players flagged for disruptive behavior may find themselves facing penalties that impact their overall gaming experience, highlighting the importance of fostering a welcoming and respectful community within Rainbow Six Siege.

While the full release date of the Reputation System remains unknown, Ubisoft is actively working to address its shortcomings and ensure a fair and effective implementation.

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