Just yesterday, Ubisoft launched a new limited-time event in Rainbow Six Siege called the MUTE Protocol. While having a new event is nice and all, it seems there’s a Rainbow Six Siege MUTE Protocol invisibility glitch going around and is being abused by some players.
The cheat or exploit itself takes literally 30 seconds to do, and involves rappeling down and a drone. We won’t teach how to do it exactly, but it’s very easy to scour the net and find how it’s done. We’re reporting on it so people are aware. Also, while Ubisoft has not commented on this exploit yet, use it at your own discretion, and don’t be salty when your account gets suspended or banned.
For those who haven’t logged in, here’s a summary of the MUTE Protocol event:
Rainbow Six Siege MUTE Protocol Secure Area:
In this futuristic sci-fi inspired 5-vs.-5 mode, attackers are flying in and trying to shutdown M.U.T.E Protocol by any means necessary, while defenders hold up in Comm Tower, defending it at all cost. 41 Operators will be available to play, with a few exceptions for gameplay reasons: Twitch, Thatcher, Mozzie, Mute, Maestro, Valkyrie, Dokkaebi, Echo, Goyo, Clash, Montagne, Blitz and Caveira won’t be available.
Even for players who are used to playing Secure Area, M.U.T.E. Protocol’s new game mode is unique, as it is based on a brand-new feature: Morphing. On the attacking side, players will have to secure two areas, and will be able to switch between Operator and Drone forms by entering and exiting Observation Tools. On the
Once Ubisoft rolls out a hotfix or a patch for this, we’ll let our readers know ASAP.