The folks over at Bluehole Studios have just announced a new ranking system for PUBG. The ranking system previously found on mobile have finally made its way to PC. With the help of the the new PUBG ranking system, players would be able to queue with like-minded players and skill levels making PUBG a much fairer environment.
There’s a number of ranks to be a part of. Players would have to start off as Bronze and eventually make their way to Grand Master. There’s a total of seven ranks that seem to be very evenly distributed. Here’s how the hierarchy ranks.
- Grand Master
What still remains a mystery is when the folks at Bluehole would start implementing the new ranking system and how would players be assessed before they’re ranked.
Typically games such as CSGO that do implement the ranking system requires players to play 10 matches before determining their final rank. This, in tandem with their win/loss ratio as well as how many kills they get all contribute towards determining a particular player’s final rank.
Given how competitive PUBG has become over the last year or two, its great to see the folks over at Bluehole finally introducte the ranking system into PUBG as we head nearer towards 2019. What would this ranking system dictate towards the final competitive experience for PUBG has to be answered in the near future. By the looks of it, it seems like the folks over at Bluehole are just getting started.