New Call of Duty match balance will have changes, says insider

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Player skill will be essential to balance everyone’s experience in the lobby


The next installment in the Call of Duty series can feature a more balanced experience for veterans and newcomers alike. According to insider RalphsValve, the matchmaking system may undergo changes.

The feature responsible for matching teams according to player skills is contested by the community , mainly because it doesn’t appear in ranked modes and only impacts casual matches. Ralph, however, did not share what the exact changes would be.

Despite plans to correct the matchmaking balance system in Modern Warfare 2, lobbies will be maintained for all future Call of Duty games.

It is worth mentioning: RalphsValve, despite community recognition, should not be considered an official source of information. Until Activision officially speaks out on the matter, it’s safe to treat the above information as rumors.

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