PUBG’s New Rank System Is Out Now
PUBG PC’s patch 22 has dropped which features quite a bit of new additions as well as fixes. This update includes an updated Anti-Cheat and a new Ranking System.
The new ranking system has players start every season with 10 placement matches that set their initial ranking. The ranking system will have eight different levels: bronze, silver, gold, platinum, diamond, elite, master, and grandmaster. Each level will have a top 100 global leaderboard. If a player in PUBG ends a game at last place, they will also 20 RP. If a player on diamond level wins a game with at least eight kills they will get 30 RP, otherwise, if it’s lower, they will get 20RP.
In its dev letter, PUBG Corp said, “Each of the 8 Ranks represents a range of total RP earned throughout the current season. At the start of a new season, RP will be soft reset and you will enter placement matches once again to determine your new starting rank, which takes into account your final standing from the previous season. Ranks will be gained and lost as you cross their point thresholds, with no additional qualifying matches required to move to the next rank.”
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