Apex Legends players slam “trash” matchmaking issues and Ranked mode

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Apex Legends players claiming that game’s ranked matchmaking is placing them in unfair matches against opponents who are outside of their league.

Apex Legends players slam “trash”  Ranked mode

Apex Legends’ ranked mode is supposed to work on skill-based matchmaking, where only players of a similar rank get together for an even fight.

Reddit user Azrael462 started a thread criticizing the state of matchmaking in Apex Ranked, arguing that the wide range of ranks that a single lobby can make up makes it less enjoyable for those in the lower brackets.




Other comments seemed to agree that ranked mode is getting more and more demanding, especially if you’re at the Bronze, Silver, or Gold tiers:

by u/Ectogasmm from discussion Rank system is trash.
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Streamers felt that the current matchmaking system was designed to give full-time players at higher ranks more of a chance to find a lobby, rather than being grouped into each match.

“I’m tired of getting 1k damage and 3 kills only to still lose 30 RP because OF A F*****G PREDATOR STREAMER,” the Redditor continued. “Listen to the community and not the streamers because clearly they don’t know a f*****g thing.”

ImperialHal slams “trash” Season 13 Ranked system

During his June 5 stream, ImperialHal was asked for his opinion on the Season 13 Ranked rework once again. Surprisingly, the TSM pro revealed that he’d changed his stance on the update and called out the competitive mode as “trash”.

According to Hal, he liked Ranked at the beginning of Saviors but as the weeks have passed, the mode has got worse and worse.

Apex Legends wiki :

Apex Legends
Developer(s) Respawn Entertainment
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Director(s) Steven Ferreira
Producer(s) Ben Brinkman
Designer(s) Jason McCord
  • Robert Taube
  • Kaelan De Niese
  • Ryan Lastimosa
  • Benjamin Bisson
  • Jung Park
Writer(s) Mohammad Alavi
Composer(s) Stephen Barton
Series Titanfall
  • Source
  • Unreal Engine 4 (Mobile)
  • Microsoft Windows
  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • Android
  • iOS
  • Windows, PS4, Xbox One
  • February 4, 2019
  • Nintendo Switch
  • March 9, 2021
  • PS5Xbox Series X/S
  • March 29, 2022
  • Android, iOS
  • May 17, 2022
Genre(s) Battle royale, first-person hero shooter
Mode(s) Multiplayer