Posted Sun Feb 28, 2016 at 09:44 AM PST by Connor Sears
And it's calling on players to do a little tattling.
'Street Fighter V' online multiplayer currently doesn't penalize players who disconnect from a losing match early to prevent their stats from suffering, but Capcom has said that it will start laying down the law on these quitters in the coming week.
In a blog post, Capcom noted that "a permanent solution" to the rage-quitter problem is in the works, though there isn't an estimated completion date. In the meantime, disconnectors will start seeing "direct action" taken against them in the coming week, according to the post.
Capcom didn't specify the form that this punishment will take. It did, however, call on the player base to bring serial disconnectors to their attention by getting footage of players abusing the system, through the PS4's Share functionality, Twitch videos, or other means. The post mentioned that Capcom will follow up soon, presumably with more information about the specifics of this stop-gap system of penalizing quitters.
The post also touched on the game's continued matchmaking woes, particularly in regions like Europe and the Middle East.
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