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Capcom is taking a page from the Puritan authorities in The Scarlet Letter, only instead of forcing adulterers to wear the letter "A" as punishment for their wicked ways, the developer is going going to brand rage quitters in Street Fighter V with a skull icon. These badges of shame will appear in the profiles of players who frequently disconnect from network matches, making it easier to avoid going into fisticuffs with someone who has a higher probability of quitting when on the verge of defeat.The practice of rage quitting has been a problem in Street Fighter Vi since it was released. Capcom has been taking measures to thwart the annoying behavior. It announced back in March of this year that... Read more...
Rage quitters are one of the most despicable types of gamers on the planet. If you're unfamiliar with the type—lucky you!—a rage quitter is someone who suddenly and intentionally disconnects from an online match out of frustration. In Street Fighter V, rage quitting has become an annoying problem with users on the losing end of a fight dropping out of bouts in order to avoid a loss on their record. Capcom previously promised to dole out severe punishment to rage quitters, and now we know exactly what that will entail. Capcom said it will dock League Points from those it identifies as being rage quitters. That in turn will drop their Rank. If a player logs into their account and sees that their... Read more...
We all suffer Internet glitches and dropouts from time to time, it's the nature of the beast. But the number of Street Fighter V players who are about to lose a battle and disconnect before the match ends suggests something else is happening. By and large, these so-called 'rage quitters' are bailing when all is lost in order to retain their League Points and win streaks. Capcom is privy to the issue and promises "severe punishment" for the worst offenders. What kind of punishment? Capcom isn't saying, not yet anyway. Maybe it will send a developer to the rage quitter's home to steal their puppy or give them a wedgie. The mind wanders with countless ways Capcom could severely punish these folks,... Read more...