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Skill-based matchmaking has become a huge problem in Call Of Duty so let’s explore if SBMM is as unfair as people think it is.
A lot of Call Of Duty streamers are saying that skill-based matchmaking has been ruining their Warzone experience. Some of the issues are being grouped in with cheaters, sweaty matches, and unfair rounds. Players have also been thrown into bot lobbies with extremely low skilled players which isn’t fun for anyone.
In this video, we talk about how players experience SBMM, why they feel the way they do, and why Activision probably won’t get rid of it. We also dive into what one expert, Josh Menke, who has worked on matchmaking in Halo and Call Of Duty, has said about fairness and player perception. We also get into how large skill gaps can drive players away from a game and the importance of good matchmaking.
Call Of Duty: Warzone combines elements of Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold war which are available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.