That's the whole point of SBMM--to pit you up against similarly if not identically skilled players. Pretty solid tastes you have and be assured we are working hard to keep improving your experience with our game, Michael it has been a pleasure getting this feedback from you, if you have any further suggestions remember to use the feedback form I shared earlier as I can assure you the devs follow it very closely. This website uses "Cookies" to tailor content and marketing, and to improve and adjust user experiences. On the other hand, anyone who is actually "good" at the game would be having a less than pleasant time dealing with "them" in their sectioned off lobbies, so I'd feel a little bad for them. And the more casual players that, besides work, don't have that much time to play come online at that time. I could tell the difference immediately, and my KD began to consistently rise. Log In Sign Up.
The system we have today is, to all intents and purposes, identical to what Activision has always had in place, with the same matchmaking parameters, as previous Call of Duty titles.
Advanced Warfare — Skill Based Matchmaking Opinion
James wrote: Activision Infinity Ward. For one, it makes it a lot more difficult to advance your game. I really dont understand what is remotely cool with that. View mobile website. So hopefully they do soemthing, it helps me as well 14m 55s Michael Vennik: The system we have today is, to all intents and purposes, identical to what Activision has always had in place, with the same matchmaking parameters, as previous Call of Duty titles.