Earlier today we told you about Halo’s new matchmaking and it’s Competitive Skill Rating (CSR) system. This is a feature designed to make multiplayer games more enjoyable (you can read all about it here) and it isn’t the only one.
343 Industries have also told us about what kind of behaviours it will take to get a player banned. According to the developer their system is “engineered to detect and track” bad behaviour in all Arena playlists.
Some of these behaviours are the following:
- Quitting matches.
- Team killing.
- Intentional suicides.
- Excessive disconnects.
This system is entirely designed to reduce the number of players who “repeatedly engage in negative behavior”. 343 Industries are working hard to create an enjoyable experience for everyone and this is another step along that path.
Halo 5: Guardians is released on October 27th for the Xbox One.