There are many operators in Rainbow Six Siege with two new ops joining to roster every season. Ubisoft revealed that they plan on adding up to one hundred operators in Rainbow Six Siege. Lately, there have been some operators which got disabled due to some game-breaking exploit found by the players. One of these ops was IQ where she was literally invisible and you couldn’t do anything but getting killed by her.
Clash Returning to Rainbow Six Siege
On Twitter, Rainbow Six Siege tweeted that after a lot of work, they are finally able to fix Clash with no exploit at this moment. The clash will be officially re-joining the defenders’ team in the 4.2 patch coming at the later date. “Clash will be fixed with the 4.2 patch and she will be re-enabled at that time. More news on the patch will be provided later,” the tweet says.
🛡⚡ Clash Update!— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) January 10, 2020
Clash will be fixed with the 4.2 patch and she will be re-enabled at that time. More news on the patch will be provided later.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during the holidays! Our girl will be back in action soon! > https://t.co/uDCpsaPJnI
If you don’t know what Clash’s exploit was, she was basically able to use her weapon while using the shield at the same time. Obviously, Ubisoft had to disable this operator as it was causing outrage in the Ranked playlist and even in Casual/Quickplay.
Rainbow Six Siege will be getting a mode called Quarantine. Nothing is revealed about this whatsoever, but we hope to see more about it in the near future.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege was released on December 1, 2015, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.