I don't see any of those people anymore. I'm okay with a little competition but not every damn match. Getting tired of only playing tryhards who only use 3 different weapons max.
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Probably shouldn't be playing online, then. You guys are a bunch of clowns.
See, what I would like is playstyle based matchmaking, not necessarily skill, but it'd be a factor. Basically, pick out the people that tend to use only one weapon, one set of perks, etc.
Do it such that people play others like them so that the good players who mix up their game don't have to deal with tryhards as often. They can play against other people who mix up their play so the matches can be interesting. Keep me logged in on this device. Forgot your username or password?
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HeroicBloodshed HeroicBloodshed 4 years ago 1 Should skill based matchmaking be in the game for public lobbies? So there's been a lot of speculation that the lobbies are not entirely based on connection like in previous CoDs. Instead, they are matching people up with other players of similar skill ala Black Ops 2. It looks to be SPM based but that's just me speculating. Honestly, if I wanted to play against good players all the time I would play ranked matches.
It just takes the fun out of it. I get matched with high prestige players every single lobby, every single match I've played over 20 hours of this game and only encountered new players or split-screeners a few times. And that was during the first few days after launch. It's like these people don't even exist anymore.josip-debeljuh.from.hr/the-prophet-time-breach-book-2.php
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I understand it's better for new players to not get completely destroyed by experienced players but it's just not fun when there's a low chance for you to completely dominate when everybody in the lobby is just as good as you are or better. It's a game and new players shouldn't be protected. The chips need to fall where they fall. I can take an ass kicking like a man that's not the problem.
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I have played cod long enough to know something is going on with the matchmaking. I get matched with local players in hq though. I know this because clan tags have area codes from around my area. That's the kind of matchmaking I want in my multiplayer games. Sure I'll get a good lobby sometimes but that is rare. Message 6 of Dedicated server vs listen server matchmaking always prioritizes a dedicated server even if they are km away 2.
Message 7 of See ping has always been king with cod. Condrey is just stating the obvious to deflect sbmm. I can party up with my cousin that is the exact same prestige but clearly isn't good and do a lot better in his lobbies. I play solo and it can get pretty rough. Something is definitely going on with the matchmaking.
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Either sbmm doesn't exist with parties or it only applies when playing solo. Been playing cod for 10 years and this cod you definitely have to put your sweat band on. Message 8 of Yeah obviously local games should come first but I could be wrong here I didn't see the OPie even mention anything about ping or connection. Showing 1 - 7 of 7 comments. I might seem like a whiner to some of you hardcore COD players, but if there is one thing I always hated with COD, its the way they made the matchmaking.
What can possibly be fair in always gathering the better players in one team, the weaker in the other? Thats the biggest bull I have ever seen. Matchmaking is supposed to balance teams in my opinion, give both teams a outweight team of players that in total equals close to the other. Thats not about challenge, thats bull und simply unfair.
I really dont understand what is remotely cool with that. The only time you can get a bit more balanced time is around 11 PM and later because all the "kids" no offense intended!