Ubi already ban players for awfulness, but say this week’s improvement “is going to make us significantly more efficient” in cracking down on racial and homophobic slurs and other hate speech.Depending on how awful they are, players could be banned for two days, one week, fifteen days, or full-on forever.You will press this button each time you wish to talk. In their ongoing mission to make people on the Internet behave, god damn it, just behave for five god damn minutes, Ubisoft this week are overhauling the system which bans players from Rainbow Six Siege for saying terrible things.
A global message will also be displayed, similar to the current global broadcasts for cheating.In the event that you feel weird about pillow-talking a robot, the bot’s kind enough to offer you a ready-made phrase.(We just stuck with our first thought—”I feel weird pillow-talking a robot.”)Created by Sid Lee Paris with digital production by Jam3, the bot then sets to work at analyzing your voice.sexy it is with condom maker Skyn’s Facebook Messenger-based voice analyzer, a chat bot that rates voices by sensuality, mystery, intensity and sophistication.To try it, visit the site and pop in a recording of your voice when prompted.Place a check mark in the box labeled "Enable Voice Chat."Choose a chat mode.You can choose to have your voice chat "Voice-Activated" or "Push-to-Talk." If you are playing in a noisy environment, you may prefer to use "Push-to-Talk." Select a key in the "Key Binding" field. Click the "Chat" tab and you are taken to "Chat Channels."Select one of the available channels by right-clicking a channel and selecting "Enable Voice." You are now able to talk in voice chat.Instead, though, we were sent to the homepage and given the option to watch the Australian version of its “Feel Everything” ad in “Safe for Work,” “Feel Everything” or “Not Safe for Work” modes.(In case you wondered—because we did—the main difference between “Feel Everything” and “Not Safe for Work” is that the latter has similar quick-shots of passionate lovemaking, except with more ass-grabbing.Ubi call this their “first step towards managing toxicity in Rainbow Six Siege”, promising more changes to come. R6 Siege community developer Craig “Its_Epi” Robinson explained in Friday’s Reddit post that they’re cracking down on what the game’s Code of Conduct already forbids: “any language or content deemed illegal, dangerous, threatening, abusive, obscene, vulgar, defamatory, hateful, racist, sexist, ethically offensive or constituting harassment”.If you’re concerned about how this might affect you, consider that you’re likely being a dick and making video games worse.