Ubisoft is fighting back against Rainbow Six Siege’s “toxic” community by banning anyone who uses a racist or homophobic slur in text chat. Initial bans last for 27 minutes, which increases to 2 hours for second and third offenses. A player will be permanently banned if they continue to violate the Siege Code of Conduct. Asked about the ban on Twitter, Ubisoft referred to a post in its dev blog from April that addressed toxicity. Back then, Ubi promised several features coming this year, like muting text chat and enhanced chat monitoring for abusive language. A chat filter was also promised with an estimated arrival for Season 3, but the feature set is a bit different than what is in place today.