The Coalition will ban Gears 5 players for up to two years if they repeatedly leave multiplayer matches, as reported by SegmentNext.
Gears 5 multiplayer modes refreshes the classic Horde and introduces the new Escape operation and Arcade mode in the Versus games. Character classes gave each soldier an ultimate ability that turns the tide in battle. J.D. will call an airstrike, Fahz can track enemies through walls, Kait can turn invisible, and Jack can cause enemies to turn coat and attack each other. The Escape is a three-player cooperative experience in which the soldiers hightail it out of a Locust hive, and Versus visits Team Deathmatch, King of the Hill, Escalation, and Guardian.
But, the more things change, the more they stay the same: if a player leaves one of your matches, you’re toast. So, The Coalition has taken a hard stance regarding players who are continually quitting matches. Reddit user NoLifeDGenerate broke the news that they had been banned from Gears 5 for nearly two years. They criticised The Coalition for unjust penalties and claimed they had no clue the ban would be coming their way.