Arqade is a question and answer site for passionate videogamers on all platforms. It only takes a minute to sign up. In Dota 2, solo matchmaking will look up only players who aren't in a party. Will it match this condition only with other players in the solo matchmaking queue, or will it get people from the common queue too? I'm just afraid that this queue mode is not using the common queue. If not, I'll send a suggestion to the dev team.
We understand that some players, especially at the high end, have experienced a significant drop in matchmaking quality as a result of our recent iterations. We are committed to making matchmaking as good as it can be. For any party that includes an Immortal player, every player in that party will be considered the same rank as the highest player in that party. We think this trade-off is worthwhile at this high level, however, because matches are unlikely to be of high quality anyways with extremely disparate skill levels within a party given the shallow pool available. Such disparity has often made the games less fun for most players involved.
Valve has released its biggest matchmaking update for Dota 2 ever, including radical changes and adjustments, while also laying out a brief roadmap for the future of the video game. That trend seems to have seemingly changed after nine years of Dota 2. Solo and party MMR has been a staple measurement since the beginning, with solo MMR being regarded among the community as more valuable and as a more accurate measure of skill. Valve has also moved the Ranked Roles feature to the public domain. While previously an exclusive feature of the paid Dota Plus service, Ranked Roles will now be an essential part of the public matchmaking system along with distinct core and support MMRs.
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