After Japan’s Earthquake, Rainbow Six Players Trade Bullets For Concern

After Japan’s Earthquake, Rainbow Six Players Trade Bullets For Concern
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This weekend, northeastern Japan was rocked by a magnitude 7.3 earthquake. Considering how devastating earthquakes can be, people were worried. Some called, while others messaged. And in Rainbow Six Siege, one player smashed a wall to check in on the rival team.

As seen in the Twitter clips below, about an hour after the quake when things had calmed down, one player smashed out a question of concern: “You ok [after] the earthquake?”

After writing this message, the player had to fend off the other team until then quickly realised what was written and started knocking out their own reply.

The players fended off bullets, one player got shot, and a hole was blow in the fall while trying to help finish the reply, which reads, “Arigatou”, or here, “Thank you [for your concern].”

This is all very kind and heartwarming!

Tweets used with permission.

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