How come some of the most popular games in the world have skill based match-making? As long as you blame others for the reason you aren't where you want to be, you will always be a failure. Using deduction and logic you just admitted you are a crappy player. The argument starts with the end. Just because you're better at the game doesn't mean that you should be catered to. This game is fhucking terrible playing solo! I have read and understood the papers on Microsoft's TrueSkill system. This may seem like the perfect scenario for all kinds of players, but there are downsides that could become significant, as seen in other games with skill-based matchmaking, such as Overwatch and League of Legends. Edited August 4, 2017 by Bunnios At the end of the day, you are solely responsible for your success and your failure.
Did you notice any changes to your Black Ops 3 experience this weekend? Why does that not apply in the slightest to computer games? My first post about it was months ago during soft launch, and never got any follow up after a mod responded to my comment. We heard you loud and clear concerning changes to matchmaking! This lead to me smurfing and seeing if I do better on the smurf account than my main. Always remember to stay positive and be happy, try your hardest to achieve your goals! Finally you post something on topic. Curiously, developer Treyarch never acknowledged what the change was, but fans were quick to pick up that something was different. All these upsides and downsides are still theories, however. I don't have anything against people wanting to play premium or any ships, but where is the enjoyment for that person, let alone the team, when that player has literally just bought the ship and brings it straight into PvP without having tried playing it in co-op? The game blindly sees that 1st place win as coming from skill, instead of the hundred point difference in car ranking. I don't find it fun at all if I am in a lobby and rape.
I'll try to keep it short and basic. Ranked Season 2 is now targeted to take place beginning mid-September, barring any delays to implement these matchmaking improvements. I know I am not that good so its not indicative of my skill. The negatives The distribution of players in skill ratings almost always shows there are very few players with very low and very high ratings, and the population grows toward the intermediate skill ratings. That's why they have divisions in just about all real world games. People liked the Asphalt 8 matchmaking and hated the current one. I want to preface this wall of text by stating a few things.
There is no difference with the matchmaking. I even dropped my first 100+ Then he has to leave and I had to play solo. For the try hards and regular mp. By and large the idea of skill-based matchmaking is not a bad one, but in the context of Call of Duty it has caused some problems. If there are already publicised posts on the topic we may remove separate threads which do not contribute new information.
I just wan't to have fun competitive matches, something which is not happening with system as it is now, at least for me. Find him on Twitter idole808. The other popular complaint about skill-based matchmaking is that it takes away the entertainment value for streaming viewers and the streamers. The whole idea of skill based matchmaking ruins the fun of the game. It read: We are working on changes to matchmaking that are aimed at creating matches with a more balanced distribution of skill.
I need to reiterate the fact that there exists league play for a reason. Let me know your thoughts and Discussions on this topic down below in the comment section. To me it sounds like this post started on complaints, but I won't be the asshole. Amid other announcements like a on consoles and ping improvements with the addition of new servers, the post with various Fortnite announcements included a small section that mentioned the potential matchmaking changes. If not, why has your opinion changed? I've had worst connection issues on Madden 13 I've had one game where the game was so laggy that I couldn't even run right. The second is that I am openly biased to keeping skill based matchmaking out of this game, I want to provide to you my thoughts on the subject, and see if the community agrees, or disagrees.
The majority of players are not very good. Short term, the developer plans to get the console versions of the game running at 60 frames per second for a crisp visual experience. Matchmaking is one thing in this game other is that why will i always start the race in the last position? Makes it so much harder to win with such a dull crowd on my side but you know I pull it off more than not. You have 3 full pages of complaints, all boiling down to the same thing: Skill Rank-based matchmaking is far worse than Car Rank-based. Rewards are based on your highest Rank during the Season, rather than your final placement. I'm a pretty casual player, but I'm still decent. The level of skill cannot be determined in a game that is so high variance.
It's just like anything else, adult league sports for example. This is a game, and a team one at that. And I play against people that are equal or better than me. All 3 games were a complete loss from the start. I don't want to stop anyone playing the game.
It wouldn't be much fun would it? They've got a spot they hold down on every map. Care2 Stands Against: bigots, bullies, science deniers, misogynists, gun lobbyists, xenophobes, the willfully ignorant, animal abusers, frackers, and other mean people. Since every player would have a skill rating based on these stats, the game would be able to create matches that would only include players within a certain skill range, making all 100 players in a Fortnite match have roughly the same skill level. Don't forget to also take a look at the remainder of the Discord rules while you are at it! In a lengthy post about and coming later, Epic Games gave players a taste of what was in the pipeline for Fortnite. If you need to rape noobs to inflate your stats, your a tryhard biatch! If you are competitive and want to prove your worth, play there. They created league play for a reason right? I will be surprised if the developers kept on insisting this matchmaking method instead of replacing it entirely. What about the Placement rewards? Epic Games has been contacted for a statement.
Any posts covering these topics outside of the megathreads will be removed. I'm not saying that I just want to pub stomp every game but its just pointless in my eyes when I come up against groups of tryhards every single game, which quite frankly makes the whole game a stressful experience. I don't mind if I get killed but I like playing with people of my skill level or a little higher. I also have thousands of games games up to T10 so my experience is not an issue. Let casuals go against other casuals, and let noobs pickaxe or pistol down other noobs. A great stat I would like to see on the stats page is your average ranking for the last 50 games. I'd like to actually earn a killstreak without sitting back, camping, and playing extremely tentatively.