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Griefing by intentionally attacking your teammates has been a potential problem since the first team-based shooters appeared. This remains the case some 20 years later, and PCGamesN has word from Ubisoft that they may end up taking the established simple response to this by turning off friendly-fire for casual playlists in Rainbow Six Siege (missed this at the time, thanks PC Magazine via RedEye9). This came up in a discussion of player toxicity in the tactical shooter, and Ubisoft Montreal's Alexandre Remy tells them part of the solution to that may be to improve their reporting system to make it easier to identify bad seeds, but he also confirms they are considering removing the ability to shoot teammates altogether:
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