Capcom acknowledges Street Fighter V rage quitting, but needs your help

Capcom addresses rage quitting in Street Fighter V

Capcom has announced that the company plans to take a stand against those who quit during online matches in Street Fighter V.

After Street Fighter V‘s launch on February 16, the Street Fighter community has experienced a high volume of players that spontaneously quit matches in spite of losing the fight. Opposing players, who are indeed wining the fight, do not gain any experience during these online instances.

Now, Capcom has taken notice to this issue and plans to punish rage quitters accordingly, however, the company is asking for your help. According to Capcom Unity, a blog post has provided an official statement regarding the issue and mentions the following: “We are working on a permanent solution to this problem, though we don’t have an exact date to share with you at the moment. That said, we are going to take direct action starting next week to punish those players who are abusing the system.”

The blog post went on to mention that it would like Street Fighter V players to record these incidents via the PlayStation 4 Share button, Twitch archives, and local recordings.

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