We’ll explain how the new matchmaking system works for those who are new to these recent changes. How Matchmaking Works World of Tanks matchmaking now follows a template-based algorithm. Ideally, the matchmaking system will create teams with only three tanks at top tier, five at mid-tier, and seven at the bottom. This system also tries to take into account the speed of matchmaking to avoid long wait times. A two-tiered battle will still have a majority of bottom-tier players. The matchmaking algorithm comes with several variations, but will always keep the bottom tiered players as the majority. Tank Destroyers, Artillery, and Light tanks will be placed evenly on each team, with no more than one additional of those tank types on either side. Medium and Heavy tanks are distributed randomly, as this prevents longer wait times.
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You form a platoon by inviting your friends into a platoon that you form, or by accepting their invitation. A platoon consistes of two or three players. This post is going to concentrate on a few basic principles regarding what tanks you should use. As a general rule, you should always use tanks from the same tier.
Greetings fellow tank commanders, in this video I am sharing a World of Tanks Console game I played with the Object U Defender. This is a tier 8 Soviet premium heavy tank with regular matchmaking.
When trying to roll out to a battle on vehicles of different Tiers with the difference more than 3 players will get a warning about the incorrect selection of vehicles. The XP bonus will be given to the platoons that consist of vehicles of the same Tier. The award depends on the result of battle, victory or defeat, as well as on the Tier of vehicles in a platoon. A notification with a bonus or a penalty by the result of the battle will be displayed on the third tab of the battle results.
The reward for platoons with vehicles of the same Tier will be an incentive for players to unite and to act in a battle more effectively. Our goal is promotion of collective actions. Why do we need this? Solo players have been, and are, an important part of our game. However, we want to motivate lone wolves to discover a new side of World of Tanks — to try the game in platoons, as coordination and joint actions are the things that allow the participants of virtual battles to develop, and platoons are the most appropriate tool for this.
Platoons with vehicles of different Tiers are a demonstration of ungentlemanly conduct, for which very soon penalties will be imposed.
Whether vehicles are stock or fully researched, how they are equipped, nor crew skill is taken into account by the match-maker. Vehicle Tier Vehicle tier is not taken into consideration when balancing teams. This is a common misconception among players. For example, under the current rules a tier 8 medium can be matched against a tier 7 heavy tank. The only relevance of vehicle tier is to determine the battle tier.
Under previous balance methodology, premium tanks made more credits + additional crew experience were generally balanced against their than their tech tree counterparts by making them a bit ‘weaker’.
Matchmaking Matchmaking The composition of tanks in each team is a task of matchmaker. It works in following manner. It takes one tank from the queue and looks at his tier. For example it is IS – russian heavy with tier 7. The matchmaker takes the corresponding line from the table below and sees that the IS has battle tiers from 7 till 9. Randomly is the tier for battle selected. In our example let it be 8 from 7 to 9 incl.
The matchmaker takes tanks from queue, which can participate in tier 8 battles see column number 8 in the table and puts them in 2 teams. In our battle we can face Tiger II and for example M6 both can participate in tier 8 battles. There are 12 battle tiers. In the tier 12 battles you will have only tanks from 10 tier and some light scouts from lower tiers.
Some players are confusing battle tiers with tank tiers. This values must not be the same.
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Thus, when a player has been repeatedly put into too many difficult battles, the balancing is done in favor of easier battle sessions, thereby encouraging the player by providing an easier game environment. Similarly, when the player has been repeatedly put into too many easy battles, the balancing is done in favor of harder battle sessions, thereby keeping the player challenged instead of letting the player become bored with easy games. Another possible algorithm is to increase the battle level by one within the permissible range for a vehicle each time a player wins a battle with that vehicle, and decrease the battle level by one within the permissible range each time a player loses a battle with that vehicle.
If the battle level is already at the upper end of the range and the player wins the battle, the battle level may remain constant. Similarly, if the battle level is already at the lower end of the range and the player loses the battle, the battle level may remain constant.
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First daily victory with the vehicle Coefficient of 2 No Exiting battle during loading screen or countdown No “Joining a battle” bonus. Since your tank is actually present in the battle until it gets destroyed, it can passively earn XP e. No “Joining a battle” bonus. Since your tank is actually present in the battle until it gets destroyed, it can passively earn credits e. Exiting battle after countdown There is a penalty for XP earning, but only if the tank has not yet been destroyed.
Also, if the tank was not destroyed before exiting, further XP can be earned passively while it remains on the battlefield, e. Credits as earned, there is no penalty. If the tank was not destroyed before exiting, further credits can be earned passively while it remains on the battlefield, e. Team Damage inflicted Small penalty, supposedly twice the amount of XP you would receive for causing the same amount of damage to the enemy.
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I have suspicion that this is how things work. Since I have suspicious mind, I am wondering if financial things have any part on this After all, those good players that play a lot, also use lot of money to play WoT. Multiple players tracking this and sharing results would still show if the best players are more consistently being put on the same team. Well, what I meant was that taking large sample group would overall show random, since MM in my case would treat each participant differently, based on their stats or whatever would be used.
One would need to take several players from both side of the average divider, have all track few hundred games and then compare results between those groups.
Thus the platoon’s team a priority has a massive point deficit, which the match-maker will balance out by either dragging more lower tier tanks into the enemy team or by dragging more high tier tanks into the platoon’s .
AMX 40 All light tanks now get regular matchmaking. The others get regular matchmaking: In my opinion, this is not an easy pick. You can neglect two of them immediately: Both the two Stuarts. However, the Luchs is better in two key aspects: Speed and view range. As a pure scout tank, when you only want to spot the enemy, I think the Luchs is the best. This is true both when you are an active scout and when you are a passive scout.
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That will cause many players a lot of headaches, so be realistic when deciding on this purchase. The tank never needs to fire gold rounds, which gives excellent credit making. The frontal protection is stronger than an IS-6, but the side protection is a lot weaker. Wiggle the weak spots to throw off shots and live a lot longer. The lack of gun depression takes getting used to, but the payoff in wins and credits is well worth it.
Due to the current matchmaking system on Tier 10, in 15v15 we can guarantee 60%+ winrate. It will be more in most cases, but can happen that we will go down below 75%! Please be advised, that during this service, we might use premium ammo and/or consumables in the battles to get the best results, therefore we might spend some of your credits.
Menu Click this to bring up the main system menu. Here you can switch to another server, open the Settings menu, or exit World of Tanks. Player Menu This displays the account currently logged in. Clicking this will give you a quick look at your Service Record, including your Personal Rating, number of battles fought, win rate, the Clan you’re in if applicable , and a button leading to your full Service Record. Account Type Displays your account type; either normal or Premium.
If you have Premium account status, this displays the number of remaining days of your Premium status. You can also click this menu item to purchase or extend Premium time. Play in Platoon Platoons are groups in which you and friends can head into battle together. Click this to bring up the Platoon creation menu and begin inviting friends.
Once you’ve selected a vehicle, the big red Battle button sends you into queue for battle.