Soul matchmaking

soul matchmaking

How does matchmaking work in Dark Souls 2?

As you may be aware, the matchmaking system in Dark Souls 2 is completely different to that of Dark Souls 1. In Dark Souls 1, your Soul Level determined who you could summon and invade, whereas in Dark Souls 2 it is based entirely on your Soul Memory, which is the total number of souls you have collected with that character.

How do I Find my Soul Memory?

This is the number in the top right of the Player Status screen. Find which tier you are in. Look at the table above and find the row where your Soul Memory fits between the lower and upper bounds. Find the range for which item you are using. Go down and up the tiers based on the range of the item.

What is the difference between soul level and soul memory?

They also differ in another important way: the Soul Level range was based on percentages (specifically +/- [10 + 10%] of your own), but Soul Memory is instead divided up into many tiers, and then the range is a certain number of tiers above or below your own.

Do en players get matchmaked with other countries?

I think we, EN players, are usually matchmaked with players from around the globe excluding Japanese players which are the only ones with an exclusive server. I am speculating without any information.

What is Soul Memory for? Soul Memory is the cumulative total of all the souls gathered on a character. In this game, it is part of the formula that sets minimum and maximum range for interactions between players online (co-op and invasions).

Can you summon someone with a higher level of Soul Memory?

How does the matchmaking system work?

The Matchmaking System works along with a modified version of the Elo system. The basic gist of the Elo system is that it uses math to compare two player ratings to guess the game result – like, Player A will win vs Player B 75% of the time. From there, the game is played. If a player wins, the player gain points.

What happens if the matchmaker cant find a full team comp?

Your Primary position will be prioritized, with your Secondary as backup. In the event the matchmaker can’t find a full team comp at your skill level, there’s a small chance you will be Autofilled.

Should you wait longer in the queue to get a match?

Ultimately, Riot would rather you wait a little longer in the queue to get a fairer match, but we know waiting in a queue is probably the least fun part of League. The longer you’re waiting, the matchmaking system may be searching slightly further from your MMR.

What is a perfect match in League of Legends?

In a perfect match, ten individuals with identical MMRs queue at the same time, each having selected a unique position that they’re well-suited for. That situation is incredibly rare depending on who is queueing at the time, so sometimes teams can have very slight skill differences (on average, no more than 4-5 MMR).

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