'Street Fighter V' Latest, News & Update: Rage Quitters Will Be Shamed On Their Profiles And Making Them Play With Each Other

By Jason Glenn , Updated Dec 21, 2016 06:49 AM EST

The holiday updated for the "Street Fighter V" is now available, treating fans a lot of exciting Chirstmas costumes including the first appearance of Akuma that has been attached with a bunch of adjustments and balance changes. The holiday update of the game appears to have the most entertaining changes which is the modifying the matchmaking to make sure that regular rage quitter will end up playing together and shaming them on their profiles.

Kotaku reports, "Street Fighter V" has decreased the number of players who would log out of the than to register their loss because of the Docking League Points and the temporary bans. However, there are still players would take the risk and are brave enough to face penalties just to give their difficult time in knocking them out.

One of the highlights in the "Street Fighter V" updates, is the modifications that were made on the matchmaking were the players who constantly withdraws in the middle of the match have the highest chance to be paired in the next game. These players are known to be the "rage quitters" that has been an issue to the game ever since its release in February according to Polygon.

The "Street Fighter V" update also includes the shaming of the rage quitters, where they will be given a special icon on their profiles giving out warnings to the other player. "Special icons will be displayed on the Fighter Profiles of players who frequently disconnect, as well as those who never do, making it easier for players with the same icon to battle against each other," said a user for NeoGaf.

Later on, Capcom releases a statement that the new rage-quitting designations will be live during the start of the "Street Fighter V" second season on December 20. Be sure to check back here on GameNGuide for the latest news and update on "Street Fighter V".

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