Dragon Ball Fighter Z: Permanent Bans For Rage Quit

Dragon Ball FighterZ has managed to carve out a niche in the video game industry as one of the most popular fighting titles. For some years now, the work of Arc System Works has been one of the main attractions of EVO, the largest competition in the world of fighting games.

Now, we know that in order to keep the stage clean, the studio is planning to execute strict measures about rage-quitters.

So, we will leave you with the statement that explains what Dragon Ball FighterZ players risk if they leave a half-game due to anger:

\”Thanks to all Dragon Ball FighterZ players, from now on there will be restrictions for players to carefully separate during online matches. These players will not be able to enter the online lobbies for a specified period of time. Players, still they will be able to access the lobby offline during these games Timeframe. If you accidentally disconnect too often, check your Internet connection settings.


If we find a player who repeats the behavior we specified over and over again, the restrictions could end up being permanent for that player. We will continue to do our best to ensure that players have an enjoyable experience with the title. Do not forget to stay tuned for more information about events, etc. from Dragon Ball FighterZ \”.

In this way, Arc System Works makes it very clear that it will not allow behaviors that negatively affect the competitive spirit of the Dragon Ball FighterZ community.

This declaration of intent comes to a couple of weeks after it was confirmed that Master Roshi would be the next character to arrive as DLC to the game\’s cast of fighters.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC.

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