World of Warcraft PvP matchmaking will receive updates that should improve it according to Blizzard
World of Warcraft PvP matchmaking will receive updates that should improve it according to Blizzard.
If your involvement in the Arena of World of Warcraft has been a little strange about gaining a rating, you do not imagine it. As said by a developer post, more players are volunteering in the Arena in Shadowlands than last time, producing some unwanted effects at the top of the ladder. Players are going to the higher boundaries of rating and arent even getting any rating progression when they win matches. Also, players below that tier will not be getting matches (thereby not receiving rating increases) if top rung players decline to queue up.
The devs are trying to fix these World of Warcraft PvP matchmaking issues by giving up a couple of solutions. First, the already present rating increase method that grows the rating of competitors at a rate of 10 points each week should be sufficient to inspire players to keep playing during the season. As they’ll have an edge compared to those who stop when it comes to the end-of-season awards.
Secondly, there will be weekly wipes that enhance the upper bound of WOW‘s matchmaking rating scheme, which should fix players’ problems at the top of the ladder encountering matches that reward no rating difference.