Modern Warfare 3 players are tired of the aggressive and savage SBMM
Modern Warfare 3 players are becoming exhausted from the game’s violent game-like matchmaking based on skill.
SBMM in Modern Warfare 3 is designed to produce games that are competitive regardless of ability however, when season 1 begins to unfold and the game is not able to provide informal gameplay has left gamers unhappy.
Although the matchmaking feature provides competitive games players who are logging into their favourite games don’t like the idea of playing with the most powerful weapons and guns to win win. This is why many Modern Warfare 3 players believe Sledgehammer Games’ latest multiplayer experience is getting fatigued and exhausting.
Reddit user No-Praline2958 is the first to point out the “tiring character of certain matches.
The player is saying: “Even when I get in a slightly easy lobby, I am holding back cause if I kill a lot and play good, I am gonna get a top 250 lobby. It’s not healthy, I shouldn’t hold back, I should have fun knowing I’m not getting punished for it.”
Alongside SBMM, additional Modern Warfare 3 fans believe an additional feature is to blame for the rise in games that are competitive. The game’s gan claims “They [Sledgehammer Games] made the game more sweaty by adding the armoury unlocks cause now everyone’s trying their asses off to win these games.” For unlocks to the armoury, players must be successful in their matches and earn tokens that allow them to access other game objects, increasing the chances of winning.
When players are looking for alternative options to the “sweatfests and’sweatfests,’ the majority are looking toward Modern Warfare’s large-team playlist which has been an instant hit following its debut as part of a playlist upgrade. One player has said: “Tried the 10v10 playlist for the first time and goddamn it is fun.”
The discontent surrounding SBMM grows, Sledgehammer Games is yet to be confirmed and makes modifications to their current game to reduce the intensity of games. Happily, Ranked Games is set to launch in Season 1, which is likely to bring back the casual feel of matches in public while skilled players move to Call of Duty’s ladder for competitive play.