Capcom looks to be getting even tougher on rage quitters in Street Fighter V, if recent pictures from a test-branch that went live on Steam are to be believed.
Industrious NeoGAF users gathered as much information from the test patch before it was pulled. One of their biggest discoveries was a shot fired at rage quitters. It appears that in the next update if you punch out of too many matches, you’ll be branded as a rage quitter on your profile.
"Special icons will be displayed on the Fighter Profiles of players who frequently disconnect, as well as those who never do, making it easier for players with the same icon to battle against each other," read the notes.
Street Fighter V has had a problem with rage quitters since the game’s shaky launch back in February. One of their first approaches put the onus on the community to identify offenders, by uploading videos to Capcom. Tweaks to the system in August saw rage quitters having their League Points docked, and putting a cooldown on their matchmaking.
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