sfvRage quitting is a problem that pretty much every online game faces. This usually happens when a player doesn’t like the direction that the game is taking, maybe because the groups are moving too slowly, or maybe because they keep losing, or whatever the reason, rage quitting is usually a result of that.

Now Capcom’s Street Fighter V is no exception, although the folks at Capcom have been hard at work at trying to address the issue as we have seen in the past, but it seems that their work is not done yet. The company has had some success with some of their earlier measures, but they’re hoping to improve as they have announced additional measures to combat the problem.

According to Capcom, “We are aware of the Rage Quitting issue, and this update will continue our efforts toward resolving it. We will make a second update to the existing Rage Quitting system with stricter guidelines for players who disconnect before the match is over. Players who are penalized will lose League Points and be locked out of online matching for a set time. The update will be implemented after the maintenance on 8/16.”

Don’t think that Capcom is done after this either. The company claims that this step should reduce the number of rage quitters even further, but they do have a more robust system that they are hoping to put into effect completely by early next year.

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