News - Sbmm Is Already Killing Warzone 2i
It's your boy, D. AKA the unknown variable is here. Back at you with another commentary, And weekend two of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 beta is upon us. Xbox and PC players Rejoice, you could finally get your hands on the newest sweatiest Call of Duty title, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. Now you all saw the title; it's something going to be pertaining to skill-based matchmaking in Call of Duty, and spoiler alert to people that haven't played the beta or are about to purchase the game.
This is the sweatiest Call of Duty we have ever seen in the entire franchise. Now that I spoke on this, the last article I made was the review of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 beta. If you guys haven't checked it out, I highly suggest checking it out. I go over a lot of things in that article about stuff I like about stuff I don't like, etc., and then a few days ago I actually made another article talking about various different things, you know, the hackers in Call of Duty, and one of the main talking points of that article that I spoke on was skill-based matchmaking.
In that article. I read a tweet from Charlie Intel where he talked about how Call of Duty has always had SP spmm in the series and that it's not going anywhere, and based on that tweet. I drew the conclusion. That Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 would be the worst Call of Duty in terms of skill-based, matchmaking, or whatever we have ever seen in the entire Call of Duty franchise.
The cod community never learns. (sbmm & hackers)
I hate spmm just as much as the next guy, but we cannot just jump to the conclusion and assume that it's going to have extreme spmm or have eomm. That's just stupid. Infinity Ward are the ones to even introduce or at least confirm the introduction of EOMM. This is a sledgehammer game, and it is already completely different, even uncompleted.
People should not have the expectation that a game should be completely in beta form; it's stupid and illogical. Before making a clickbait article like this, think logically about the game and the company. I'm not going to take too much time to really go at this guy because, quite frankly, I don't care; he's just another brain-dead Call of Duty.
You know, I like the B.C. It's going to be different this year, you know, kind of guy, but you know, it's still fun to go over this, so he says Hawkers and cheaters are prevalent in any game and on any platform, including all consoles, beta or not. Well, if you watched the article last time, I said hackers are in every single game; no antivirus is perfect.
And the only issue I have with Call of Duty is the fact that they have cheaters on a mass scale compared to other games. You don't see other games having this many cheaters in their games, but with Call of Duty, it's so prevalent. But we're going to read the rest of it, right, guys? You also have to realize that the game's in beta right now.
We're a month out from the game, and it's in beta. yeah, it's not complete. You got to give him a break, guys. This is a beta build. I don't even need to say anything here. Do you think this is beta? You haven't been around Call of Duty. This makes no sense. The whole SP thing is overinflated.
Yeah, okay, it's overinflated. You said it's been in every single Call of Duty game just like Charlie Intel said, and that's true, but the difference is that the old skill-based matchmaking algorithms used to take connection as the priority, so ping is King right you would get a lobby with 11 other players that have really good ping and then it would team balance the team based on the amount of people that are in the game when the primary search filter, was ping so you would get a bunch of good connections and a bunch of random people and then it would team balance and do its spmm, stuff based on that it wasn't as bad as it is today, where you have two or three good games and you want to leave.
He's also claiming that Infinity Ward are the ones who introduce this or confirm this to Call of Duty. Infinity Ward or any of the Cod developers don't have any say over what algorithms or Shady patents are in the [__] game, so this doesn't even make any sense. Infinity Wart Sledgehammer, Raven Treyarch—none would have anything to do with EOMM or SP spmm being introduced into a game, so that doesn't even make any sense.
He says people have expectations that a game should be complete in beta form. Well, I'm not expecting the game to be complete; this is where you missed the point. I'm expecting the game not to have egregious skill-based matchmaking when it's in beta form, but apparently it's not. He then completes his comment by telling me to think about the game and the company logically, with my so-called brain, before I post something on this channel.
I don't know about you guys, but have you watched the history of Activision? All you have to do is go down my channel and see all the [__] they've done. Do you really think that this is going to get better? Maybe now that Microsoft bought Activision, some people might argue that Microsoft's going to make it better, but I don't think another make-up corporation is going to be doing anything to another make-up corporation to make this company any better, and quite frankly, guys.
I hope everybody here watching this article can understand what I'm trying to do by reading this comment. This is the physical embodiment; this is the logic that the Call of Duty community uses every single year. They say the game's in beta; you can't judge it too harshly because it's in beta; they say you can't say that it's going to have worse skill-based matchmaking than the previous title; we have no way of knowing that you're just reaching and hating on the game yada Time and time again.
Activision has proved otherwise. Now, these might just be people who are complete fools and want to believe that the game is going to be different and it's going to be different this time it's going to be different this time. Well, here's a little bit of a wakeup call, guys.
Sbmm in the mwiii beta.
With Activision and any big ass company, they are not going to change anything if that current system works perfectly fine, and obviously, it seems to be working fine for them because a lot of people in the Modern Warfare 3 beta are complaining about skill-based matchmaking. So much so that skill-based matchmaking was actually trending on Twitter the other day, there's Pro players.
There are content creators and live streamers. Everybody and their dog are coming out and saying that the skill-based matchmaking in this game was the worst they've ever seen in the entire Call of Duty franchise, and I have to agree with that. Now I'm going to give you guys a little bit of background information about myself as a player, and this isn't to flex my stats or flex any sort of accomplishments that I've made on these games.