With less than 10 days until the official release of Halo 5: Guardians, 343 Industries have released a FAQ on 'How Not To Get Banned' from the Halo 5 multiplayer portion of the game. 343 Industries multiplayer policies and structures have been engineered to detect and track signs of cheating which will result in a ban from the multiplayer portion of the game. To avoid getting banned it is advisable that you do not participate in any of the following activities on a regular basis: Quitting matches Betrayals or team killing Idling (AFK) Intentional suicides Excessive disconnects If a player is found to be doing any of the above on a regular basis, they will be banned for a certain period of time, depending on the seriousness of the offense! "Halo 5: Guardians is engineered to detect and track" a variety of misbehavior, including betrayals, intentional suicides, quits and excessive disconnects, and idling. "If you repeatedly engage in negative behaviors such as (these) you will receive a ban and be prevented from entering matchmaking," 343 wrote. Ban duration will depend on the severity of the offense, and will increase with each repeat offense. There as been no confirmation how long bans will be, I guess we will find out when players begin complaining on the 343 industries forums. Halo 5: Guardians launches October the 27th exclusively on the Xbox One.