It goes without saying that dating has changed a lot over the last few years. Swiping through apps like Tinder , Bumble , and Grindr is now the norm. Despite all these new ways of meeting people, we all like to play matchmaker at some point, connecting two friends on Instagram or setting up two people we love on a blind date. But if there's one practice that doesn't seem quite as common these days, it's matchmaker as a profession. For every Tinder and Grindr date I've been on and every incorrect "you'd love my friend" message I've received, I'd never given any thought to trying out an actual matchmaker.
Going to a matchmaker totally changed what I look for in 'the one' - Insider
The new Ranked season is here. The changes in this update will be rolled out gradually over the next two days as we iron out bugs. The calibration part of the new season will begin this Thursday. One big observation that we had since the previous update was that matches with misaligned roles had a meaningful impact on game quality. An example of this is when the mid player for one team has the highest rank on their team, and the mid player on the other team has the lowest rank. This tended to cause games to be really volatile and not enjoyable.
I went to a matchmaker and her advice changed what I look for in a partner
The changes are designed to make Battle Royale a little easier and therefore more enjoyable for inexperienced players. And this has become an increasingly annoying problem for new players. With every single player thrown into the same matchmaking pool, there has been nothing to stop seasoned Fortnite fans having a field day against brand new users.
We understand that some players, especially at the high end, have experienced a significant drop in matchmaking quality as a result of our recent iterations. We are committed to making matchmaking as good as it can be. For any party that includes an Immortal player, every player in that party will be considered the same rank as the highest player in that party.