Rainbow Six Siege M.U.T.E Protocol Event Temporarily Disabled

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Ubisoft has taken extreme measures to temporarily disable the new Rainbow Six Siege M.U.T.E Protocol event because of an exploit that ruins every single match. Players have found a way to turn invisible during attack rounds and kill the defenders. There is no way to kill attackers when players are invisible.

All that players had to do to activate the glitch was rappel down to the basement layer of the tower, then throw their drone far away and use that drone to teleport. Then players need to throw another drone into the pillar of the building to teleport back. After destroying the drone, the player’s character model, weapons, and everything else turns invisible.

Personally, I faced multiple players on both teams using the same exploit just to win the match and ruin others' experiences while I was playing solo. It was a terrible experience for the players and Ubisoft made the right decision by deactivating the event.

The M.U.T.E Protocol event comes with 26 items which can be acquired through the store using R6 credits or Renown. You can also grab the first free event pack by completing club challenges. The first challenge is to win a game of the M.U.T.E Protocol event, and rewards you with an alpha pack. The second challenge is to get 20 kills, which rewards you with a Trigger Tracker charm for your weapons.

“The M.U.T.E Protocol Event has been temporarily deactivated after the discovery of an exploit,” the official Rainbow Six Siege Twitter account tweeted. “We are working on a fix and hope to deliver it very soon. The event and Club Challenges will be extended once the fix is out. We will update everyone as soon as we have more to share!”

The M.U.T.E. Protocol event launched on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on August 4, and it will run on until Monday, August 17. You can find out more details about the M.U.T.E Protocol event here.

So, what are your thoughts on Rainbow Six Siege’s M.U.T.E Protocol event? Do you think Ubisoft made the right decision by disabling the event? Whatever your thoughts may be, let us know in the comments below.

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