Rage quitting is still a problem in Street Fighter 5, and Capcom wants to address it in an update.
Street Fighter 5 to get new update in April to address rage quitting problem
Street Fighter 5 has had a rage quitting issue since day one. At first, Capcom requested players’ help in reporting quitters using images and video captured using PS4’s Share fuction.
Soon after, the developer decided to isolate users with a high disconnect rate, and remove some of their earned League Points, the main reason why they quit in the first place.
It seems, however, there’s a better system in the works at Capcom, as the developer tweeted a new announcement earlier revealing that a new update is coming this month with the aim of addressing the issue.
Capcom did not elaborate further beyond this tweet.
We’re planning to roll out a system this month that will address the rage quitting issue in #SFV. More details coming soon!
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) April 13, 2016