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Hackers in Rainbow Six Siege take a funny new approach to getting a leg up in matches involving an unexpected surprise: chickens.

A recent video has shown a new and hilarious method hackers are using to distract opponents in Rainbow Six Siege matches. The technique being used is one that would take any player for surprise in the middle of a match.

There’s no doubt that hackers can usually suck the fun out of someone’s gaming experience. Just in the past few months, the beta matches for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 were ruined by hackers who flooded into the game’s matches, spoiling the experience for many players. However, sometimes there can be a hacker that comes along and does something just silly enough that it adds a fun surprise to the middle of a match.


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During a recent Rainbow Six Siege match, Twitch streamer Athieno was playing a seemingly normal match. Little did he know that a hacker was about to project something completely unexpected onto his screen: a cartoon chicken. All was going well in the match until a still image of a cartoon chicken floated onto the screen, causing Athieno, unfortunately, to be eliminated in the match. However, according to a tweet Athieno later posted he didn’t seem too pressed about the matter. Warning: the following video contains profanity.

It can be difficult enough playing the game when Rainbow Six Siege is one of the few games that take into account friendly fire. But when a random picture of a giant chicken floats into frame and obscures one’s view, that will make the game downright impossible. Even though it is surely frustrating to be surprised like that in the middle of a match, the clip Athieno posted on his official Twitter account shows that the streamer took the hack in stride, laughing at the ridiculousness of it all.

Rainbow Six Siege is one of the most popular first-person shooters out there right now. The game has even branched out to the mobile gaming market with Rainbow Six Mobile. With more growth and an influx of potential new players, it’s probably safe to assume that the hacking in these games will not stop any time soon. The unfortunate fact is that it seems as though hackers have now become an inevitable pest in the world of online gaming. Even though hacking can be a real pain for online players, it can sometimes be refreshing to find a hack that is so ridiculous gamers can’t help but laugh.

Rainbow Six Siege is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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