Another fan feedback request for Street Fighter V matchmaking update
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Following Capcom's release of a second matchmaking update for Street Fighter V on March 24, the developer once more turns to fans for feedback on the latest changes made.
The official Street Fighter Twitter account has put up a poll for fans to share their impression of the latest patch. This determination was first a result of the company's need to make sure online play is conducive enough to hold the Intel World Open. However, the lockdown imposed by many governments around the world to curb the spread of the coronavirus also means that players will be spending a lot more time playing online than usual. Capcom's efforts mean a better online experience for players all over the world in these trying times.
The tweet features a simple question, "How has your online experience been since the update?" Players have three answers to choose from, "It's better," "It's worse," and "There's no difference." As of writing, 25.9% believe it's now better, 37.6% say it's worse, and 36.5% consider its performance to be unchanged. That's from a total of 8,299 votes. Some fans have even explained their issues in detail as a reply to the tweet, which should help Capcom make well-informed adjustments.
Hey there Fighters! We want feedback on your online experience with the new #SFVCE update that released on Mar 24.— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) March 30, 2020
How has your online experience been since the update?
The latest update tries to pair players in closer proximity together for matches. It also focuses matchmaking on the connection strength of players to ensure smoother experiences.
With four days left to fill the poll, we're still far from seeing the most significant impact the latest Street Fighter V matchmaking update has made on the game.