We all know those moments when the opponent in a fighting game is severely beating us down and we lose all the motivation to continue the battle. We just want to forfeit the match by hitting Alt + F4. But we have to admit that this is not actually a wise and honorable move. Would you imagine Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, or Gohan to not fight until the last drop? Probably not, although Goku did something like that against Cell back in the old days of Dragon Ball Z.
But for sure, it’s not a generally available rule for the Z fighters, and the developers from Bandai Namco know it very well. The company has seen plenty of players of the Dragon Ball FighterZ game hitting the exit right during a fierce battle. Such behavior is considered intolerable by Bandai Namco, and now the company threatens such players with severe penalties.
Go all out, or you’re out!
Along with the arrival of Season 3 of Dragon Ball FighterZ, those who engage themselves in online matches won’t have the chance to quit for the second time if they care about their accounts. The so-called ‘rage quitters’ will be permanently banned by Bandai Namco. An in-game message says that at least for a while, such behavior will receive a temporary ban that lasts one week and prevents the player from entering match lobbies. If the player continues to disconnect while being involved in online matches, the ban could become a permanent one.
Dragon Ball FighterZ continues to be an impressive title, considering that new DLC’s are awaited soon. The legendary Master Roshi arrives into the roster of fighters this September, after characters like Kefla and Ultra Instinct Goku were also added.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is available for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.