Ranked Play Goes Live on PS4 and XB1!

By SledgehammerGames
November 30, 2017

Call of Duty: WWII Ranked Play will kick off with Season 1: The Placement Season starting tomorrow morning at 10AM PT on PS4 and XB1! In Ranked Play, players will be matched up with opponents of similar skill and compete in 4v4 matches, also known as 8s, in game modes like Search & Destroy, Capture the Flag, and Hardpoint with eSports settings enabled. Winning a match earns points towards being promoted into the next tier. Losing a match, or forfeiting by leaving the game, will result in a penalty by loss of points. You’ll have until the end of Season 1 to play matches and be promoted through tiers before the placement season ends, setting up your first skill based tier placement going into Season 2.

 

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Ranked Play features seven tiers: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, Masters, and once players are in Masters, the top 100 players by tier points will be recognized in the Pro tier at the end the season. This year, we have exclusive Helmets that will be awarded as you reach each tier for use permanently in Ranked Play and Multiplayer. For rules and settings info, please visit the Call of Duty World League site: https://www.callofduty.com/esports/story/2017-11/2018_CompetitiveGuidelines.

 

We will also be incorporating penalties for leaving a match early. The temporary ban policy is as follows:

 

1st offense: 15 minutes

2nd offense: 30 minutes

3rd offense: 45 minutes

 

The Placement Season that starts tomorrow is important to establish players’ MMR-based starting tier for Call of Duty: WWII Seasons 2 and beyond. It also gives us the opportunity to ensure that all Ranked Play functionality is solid and delivers the best experience for players. Please note: Initially, party functionality will not be available at the start of Season 1. While the Placement Season is crucial to building our individual MMR player database, we will be enabling parties in Ranked Play soon.

 

Have fun and good luck to you tomorrow! We’ll be following up with more information about the kickoff of Ranked Play on PC next week.