Nowadays, more and more console games support the original keyboard and mouse combination on PlayStation and Xbox platforms. This is Fortnite or Warzone 2, if we want to immerse ourselves in current titles. However, Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege remains an exception. This form of input is officially supported only on PC, PS and Xbox fans are referred to as consoles.
Of course, as is usually the case, players try to get around. For this, they need to deploy an external device that makes the console think that the mouse and keyboard we are using is actually a controller. For many years, developers have done nothing to prevent this, but a few days ago, a new protection was added to the game.
It seems to have worked very well!
The system recognizes that such an event has occurred, and then penalizes targeting the malicious player with a small additional delay. If you continue with your malicious activity, you will increase this artificial delay to an almost unpleasant level of blockade. If the guilty player returns to the console, the lag value will gradually decrease. In the image above, we can see the “sad” comment of the administrator of one of the forums selling third-party devices, from which it can be seen that he did not succeed in overcoming the protection. Hopefully, the Ubisoft programmers will also continually improve the system, as it only seems logical to publish them.
The path will also be renewed:
One of the basic courses in Rainbow Six Siege will be revamped soon – then we can try it out
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