Earlier this month, Ubisoft announced that he would change some elements of the Rainbow Six Siege style to create a unified, globalized version before launching the game in China. Now, Ubisoft has confirmed that she turns to the changes due to a tone of negative objection.
In a blog post, Ubisoft acknowledged that "our community and players have raised concerns," and after spending a week "working on solutions," the publisher decided to return to the way that he would " The game looks to see.
In order to comply with some restrictions in Asian territories, Ubisoft drew more direct references to Siege to violence – such as skull and blood – as well as gambling and sex. Icones in the game are also becoming less violent. You can see these changes back in the earlier GameSpot report here.
Ubisoft said he was turning to the changes with the public statement of the Bastion Wind update, and the developer asked supporters for their patience, as some elements of art can not be returned immediately. "We will draw them all to the best of our ability given the short schedule and with the lowest impact on the season launch date and construction stability," said Ubisoft.
The effect of the art style would return to Siege at Ubisoft as a minimum, although it acknowledged that "it could lead to the delay of season and / or some instability as we experience our time of testing and debate."
As for why Ubisoft initially made these changes, the publisher said he was watching the chat online and as a result he wanted to ensure that the experience "remains as true as the artistic intention original as possible ".
Following the changes announced, some in the Siege community were "review-bombing" the game on Steam. The latest review scores in the game are "mixed," although the total of all reviews remains "positive overall."
The Bastion Wind Siege update is now available through the PTR game. You can see the full patch notes here.