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For some reason, skill-based matchmaking has become a contentious issue in today's era of battle royale games. Those folks just sound like crybabies to me, but whatever. Another complaint especially for extremely high-level players is that SBMM reduces the available "pool" of players so much that it takes a really long time to load into a match. That's a legitimate concern, so most games use a combination of queue time, connection quality, and skill level when determining who plays who online. For a long time, many players assumed that Call of Duty didn't use skill-based matchmaking for all of its various multiplayer game modes, but it turns out that's not the case at all.
It's too soon to tell exactly what sort of matchmaking algorithm will be used in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War , but rumors from earlier in the year point to at least some form of SBMM. It's less clear what matchmaking is used in Call of Duty: Warzone; Infinity Ward has said that there's no SBMM in Warzone, but players contend that there's at least some form of skill-based matchmaking taking place just based on anecdotal reports.
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