Posted Sun Mar 6, 2016 at 10:08 AM PST by Connor Sears
So play nice.
After noting last week that it was working on a plan to deal with multiplayer disconnectors in 'Street Fighter V,' Capcom announced that it is now doling out punishments to the worst offenders and keeping an eye out for anyone who continues to disconnect from multiplayer matches to avoid registering losses.
The punishments started with Capcom sending a warning by lowering the League Points of around 30 players. The team then developed a method of identifying players who continue to abuse the system by looking at their stats. Players who have exceedingly high disconnect rates (especially near the end of matches) and abnormally high win ratios are the players who will be getting flagged by this new system, so if your Internet connection is shaky and occasionally forces you to drop out of a match, you shouldn't need to worry about getting unnecessarily penalized.
Capcom also noted that from now on weekly checks will identify those who are still abusing the system to a high degree and reset their League Points as punishment.
Source: Capcom Unity
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