One of the most important elements of Armored Warfare is the matchmaking in player versus player battles. The concept of matchmaking in Armored Warfare is quite different from other games as instead of hard-coded vehicle tiers - it uses a system of battle ratings, which allows us to create a much more fluid and comprehensive matchmaking mechanism that not only works fast, but is also easily customizable, allowing us to quickly adjust general tank balance and tune it in order to achieve best results. To create as balanced teams as possible, we have developed a system where several elements are taken into account:. In our matchmaking system, each vehicle has a different rating depending on its tier, starting at and increasing by 10 percent of the previous value for every tier as such:. These values are further modified by vehicle modules. Freshly unlocked vehicles will also get a bonus to combat rating, making them meet easier opponents still.
Call of Duty Down: Modern Warfare and Warzone matchmaking problems confirmed
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Update for PC Now Live
Call of Duty server matchmaking problems are causing long wait times for Modern Warfare and Warzone players. Call of Duty down reports have been on the rise all day today. However, it might be that Call of Duty is not 'down' in the typical sense, but there does appear to be problems with matchmaking, which has now been confirmed by Activision Support. Stay tuned for updates. However, this update was announced over 4 hours ago and there's been no further word on what might be causing the issues. Or equally more importantly, how long it might take Activision or Infinity Ward to fix the issue. It's equally perplexing because the Activision Support website is still describing All platforms as being 'online' as though there are no issues.
Latest Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Update Adds Changes To Weapons & Exo-Zombies
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare developer Sledgehammer Games is working on an update for the game that will make some changes based on feedback from the player community, add bug fixes, and polish a few other things. Our commitment to continuing to support the game and community is as strong as ever, and we have the whole team focused on making the experience the best it can be. Prior to launch, Sledgehammer also promised that Advanced Warfare will support dedicated servers. Last month, Condrey told Stevivor that we should hear an announcement about it soon, but in the recent post to Sledgehammer's website, he simply refers to this statement from Activision:. Our goal is to ensure the best possible connection and greatest gameplay experience regardless of location and time of day.