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?”
— 長谷川航平 (@o8o26697oi2) February 13, 2021
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.
— まいける (@A3rCIRgzEBCsJvp) February 13, 2021
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.