The development team at Blizzard is announcing that it has been examining data and player feedback and has decided to modify the core elements of Heroes of the Storm so that Hero League is restricted to players who queue alone or in parties of maximum two. The official announcement states, "When we look at the data for parties of three and four players in Hero League, we often see large skill gaps among party members. This is fine for players in a party of four, for example, who have agreed to queue together despite any differences in skill that may exist. This creates problems when the system in Heroes of the Storm needs to get another player and the chosen gamer might not want to play with the group that he is attached to, and communication problems also tend to arise. Blizzard also says that the changes will only affect a small number of players because three and four-member groups in the queue for Hero League are much less infrequent than those of one or two. The change will come in the new update for Heroes of the Storm and the developers are planning to monitor its effects in order to get a clearer idea about how it affects things.
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The Current State of Matchmaking — Heroes of the Storm — Blizzard News
Ready your characters, sharpen your reflexes, and prepare yourself for the greatest hero battle the Nexus has ever seen. Ranked play in Heroes of the Storm offers the greatest challenge within the Nexus, with unique end-of-season rewards for those who climb the tiers. There is a player level requirement of 50 for ranked games, so as soon as you've unlocked and leveled enough characters, it's time to fight for your place among the legends. At the start of each Season, a series of Placement Matches determines your initial rank. As you play ranked games, you gain or lose Rank Points at the end of every match. Players at the top of the leaderboard enter first into the Master tier and ultimately Grand Master, where the best players in the world battle for glory. Players fall into one of several broad "skill buckets" called league tiers.
Getting Ready For PvP In Heroes of the Storm
Hero League was a Ranked Play game mode that allowed players to queue up alone to play with and against other players of similar skill who were looking for a solo challenge. If you have a reliable group of friends ready to tear it up in the Nexus, Team League is your place to go. From here, click "Ready" at the bottom of the screen to jump into the Hero League queue alone. The matchmaker will search the Hero League queue in order to place players with and against players of similar skill, use a Matchmaking Rating MMR that's separate from Quick Match rating. This is an individual rating, meaning that it is unique to each player's own performance, and will not change based on different parties or players they buddy up with.
Last December, we rolled out phase one of our improvements for matchmaking , which featured an entirely new matchmaker built specifically to suit Heroes of the Storm. Take a look at stats from before the new matchmaker went live, and after:. Along with the rebuilt matchmaker, we also decreased the likelihood that inexperienced players will be matched up against those with a lot of games, and game knowledge, under their belts. Prior to phase one, about games out of every 10, pit new players against veterans.