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We have found a new solution for unbalanced matchmaking in 3-vs.-3 matches. Brawl star Update, Supercell Announced Early today.
In 3-vs.-3 mode, players typically face teammates and opponents with the same number of trophies. But if two friends of different levels want to play together, getting a balanced matchmaking becomes more complicated. The third player can have a different number of trophies than the average.
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“We always want our friends to be able to play together (regardless of trophy level). Brawl is more fun with friends, so we’re introducing the underdog system,” Supercell writes. ..
Unable to prevent players from playing together, Supercell has found another solution. According to the Underdog system, if the third player joining a team has more trophies than the team’s average, he is labeled as an “underdog” player, and in the case of victory loses fewer trophies and wins more. I will.
There are two conditions. He must have 200 more trophies than the other players in the party, and the enemy team must also have an average of 200 or more trophies.
Using the “replay” function cancels the underdog status. Moreover, it does not affect solo or duo showdown modes.
The next update will provide features that have not yet been revealed. However, rumors suggest that new rioters will be released.