Sunday 24 June 2018

Street Fighter V's April update will tackle rage-quitting

Street Fighter V
Street Fighter V

Mark O'Beirne

Street Fighter V's upcoming April update will introduce a new system to tackle the issue of rage-quitting, something that has plagued the game since launch.

Street Fighter V’s upcoming update will implement a new system to address the issue of rage quitting.

It’s been an issue since the game’s launch and something that Capcom has tried to clamp down on. Its solution up until now has been to isolate users with a high disconnect rate and wipe their League Points.

But it has a better system in the works, it seems. Capcom revealed little, other than the fact that it is rolling out a system “that will address the rage quitting issue in SFV.” It added that more details will be revealed soon.

Capcom is trying to tackle Street Fighter V’s launch issues as the weeks go on. It recently released new DLC character, Alex, but had to make him freely available to all players as the in-game store currency that is purchased with real money wasn’t live. It will release a cinematic story mode in June.

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