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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:31pm 24/09/19 | 0 Comments
With the announcement made by Epic Games touting that the shift will "ensure players are matched evenly across platforms". As millions of players jump into the popular Battle Royale mode in Fortnight no doubt varying levels of skill and experience can impact how new players grow accustomed to the game.

In the v10.40 update, we’re introducing improved matchmaking logic to Battle Royale core modes to create fairer matches. What does this mean? You will be more likely to match with players of similar skill, and as you get better, so should your opponents. We will slowly roll this out to all regions across Battle Royale core modes as we test and monitor how it performs.

As per above it sounds like a pretty big shake-up, and will be something the studio monitors closely, especially as it also sees the introduction of bots. Coinciding with the next season proper bots will supposedly behave like "normal players" - whatever that means. Now, this side of the update feels a lot more controversial as bots in the past have mostly been viewed as uninteresting filler when it comes to the competitive scene.

That said the direction Epic is taking with bots sounds like the right approach, as players improve in skill and experience they'll encounter fewer bots.

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