Call of Duty is reportedly bringing back a controversial feature first introduced, in its current form, with 's Modern Warfare and continued with 's Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. As the name suggests, skill-based matchmaking matches players with other players of similar skill. The implementation of the feature has been great for newcomers and casual players, but it's also proven to be the most controversial and divisive the series has made since it first introduced microtransactions. Right now, Activision hasn't said much about Call of Duty , nor has it confirmed how the game will handle skill-based matchmaking.
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There have been numerous clips of the controversial system in action that leave little doubt as to its existence. Fortunately, there are some ways to circumvent the system and get into some easier multiplayer lobbies. The matchmaking pairs you up with similarly skilled players in nearly every lobby, which is the main proponent of SBMM. Skill-Based Matchmaking is among the most controversial topics in Call of Duty.
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The results of their study have already been uploaded on their respective YT channels. That said, the team gathered data for these factors:. Further, he explained that these findings could greatly impact players who have above-average skill levels but with decent connections.