Splatoon 2's very Nintendo warning for rage quitters

Alain Brian
Juillet 18, 2017

Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch will be released on Friday. While it doesn't force you to write a message to other players apologizing, it does warn that repeated disconnects will result in a temporary ban.

And it's worth noting that I personally managed to draw the game's ire - and receive this very same message - when I left an online game over the weekend because its matchmaking system went awry and decided that I should suffer the indignity of trying to play without any teammates whatsoever. Quit too many times, the warning suggests, and you'll get a timed ban.

"Your previous online play session didn't end naturally, which is PREEEEETTY suspicious", Splatoon 2's message states. "If this keeps happening, we're gonna have to block you from playing online for a while".

We won't ask what people did to make this alert pop up. As such, it's only reasonable that Nintendo would try and tackle the problem head-on in its next big online title, Splatoon 2-and that's exactly what it's doing. Eurogamer's review is in the works.

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