Having a system in place to stop Splatoon 2 players flouncing off in a ineptitude-fuelled strop certainly sounds like a positive, but it does raise a few questions: how is Nintendo determining what does and does not constitute an unsavoury disconnect, for starters, and what sort of ban time frame are we talking about here?
As shown in the image below shared by Twitter user hypwnotic, the game presents you with a distinctly Nintendo-style message that's vaguely reminiscent of Animal Crossing's Mr. Resetti. In fact, Nintendo will warn you if you repeatedly quit when losing.
"Your previous online play session didn't end naturally, which is PREEEEETY suspicious", the message reads.
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If you're one of those people that can't seem to keep from rage quitting in the middle of a match, you might want to tone it down when you play Splatoon 2.
According to hypwnotic, this message showed up following their fourth disconnect, which allegedly stemmed from an issue where they unintentionally ended up playing on a Wi-Fi connection. "Make sure your internet isn't busted and try again".
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