If you are a rage-quitter or a party-pooper or a sore loser then prepare to receive a well-deserved punishment. Be a good sport and lose like a pro in Street Fighter V, the latest installment on the Street Fighter franchise. Kick some cans, earn points and become the ultimate stylish street thug in Capcom’s latest game.
Capcom’s latest game has a serious issue, and this time, it’s not about the connectivity of or matchmaking. According to a recent blog post was written by the dev team over a Capcom, it seems that sore losers are making things tough for a player who actually want to enjoy the game.
More specifically, according to this blog post, faced with imminent defeat, many players would quit the match before the final blow. That way they will make sure that not only their reputation will not be tarnished but they will also be able to keep their ranks and place on the scoreboard.
And that’s not actually good news, especially for the other players who go to great lengths in order to secure their place on the scoreboard. Presently, the dev team declared that it is aware of the issue and that they are working on a way to solve it as fast as possible.
Meanwhile, the players are asked to report any incidents that point to a lack of sportsmanship. Players can submit their evidence (screenshots and/or videos) on the company’s official web page. Moreover, the dev team also wrote that the best way to share the evidence is through the “share” system. The option becomes available once the match ends.
So, if your opponent pulled a hit-and-go routine on you, then you can report his rage-quitting to Capcom directly.
The company also announced that it has prepared a special surprise for those who don’t know how to lose with grace. Unfortunately, Capcom did not disclose any spicy details about this new and gruesome punishment or when it will arrive.
Before they move on to solve the rage-quitting issue, the dev team has to solve other problems. For instance, although Capcom announced that the new version of Street Fighter V solved most of the connectivity and matchmaking issues, it would seem that many players from other parts of the globe are still experiencing some glitches.
Well, it would seem that the boys have their work cut out for them and it will take a while before they’ll be able to fix the rage-quitting issues. For now, be a good sport and lose like a pro in Street Fighter V, because nobody likes a sore loser.
As for the other guys, don’t forget to hit the Share button at the end of the match and preferably before calling the quitter’s mom a nice lady.