Guild Wars 2 Coming Updates to Improve PVP and Matchmaking

 

Guild Wars 2 has launched its latest major updates, season 2 episode 5 called Tangled Path. However, bigger updates are coming on December 2 to improve the PVP for better enjoying the game.

for players’ ratings. In the coming update, the matchmaking algorithm will be taken into account and a developed system that can factor in a number of parameters. In addition to ratings, matchmaking will then consider factors such as the largest group size on a team, team composition, players’ accumulated dishonor, and more.

Players will be sorted by Glicko2 ratings for matchmaking purposes and subjected to a dishonor system that punishes behavior like leaving mid-match.

With the overhaul to matchmaking complete, they will restructure PvP for the future. PvP will be grouped into three areas: “Practice” in hot-join, “Play” in unranked arenas, and “Compete” in ranked arenas. This change will help guide players through the stages of development toward high-level competition.

With this change, all competitive play is consolidated into Ranked Arena. You can join ranked play with any party size from 1 to 5 and you will find yourself play against a fully organized team of equally skilled players.

Unranked Arena will give players a safe place to play solo or with their friends in any sized group without having to worry about affecting their ladder standing. Unranked Arena also takes advantage of all the new matchmaking changes, so you will tend to be grouped together with players of your skill level and group size.

What’s more, the updates will make the game more fun by rewarding skillful play more that wins. It means that points through the land ranking are determined by final score and odds of victory in an attempt to ensure that playing well in spite of a loss is encouraged and that luck isn’t the driving force in ranking. Imagine a world that it’s not about win or lose, but how you play the game seriously. Great!

Apart from the details above, more new stuff will unveiled in the coming update of Guild War 2. The game will be more fun and enjoyable. Buy cheapest GW 2 gold at and gear up for your Guild War world.


You can now get married in Final Fantasy XIV

You’ve just slain a beast after a gruelling raid, and suddenly… that Lalafel healer you’ve never paid attention to looks different. The Lalafel healer glows with a renewed radiance, and you realise this strange sensation you’re feeling is love. Up until now you could only make do with dreaming about the Lalafel healer in the comfort of your player housing, but now, as of patch 2.45, you can marry them..

Dubbed ‘the Ceremony of Eternal Bonding’, marriage in Final Fantasy XIV comes in three varieties. The standard marriage rewards canoodling lovers with eternity rings, ceremonial attire, “special” hairstyles and fancy furnishings. The two higher tiers – both at a fee per person – feature other bonuses including more colour options for the chapel, dyeable attire and more cutscenes for the ceremony.

Once patch 2.45 is installed, marriages can be booked at the Final Fantasy XIV Mog Station. Full details are over on the special ‘Ceremony of Eternal Bonding’ website. The changes come ahead of the forthcoming Heavensward expansion, which allows users to build airships. Imagine going for a lovely airship ride with your significant other. It’d be beautiful.