There has been some concerns about matchmaking in the Legend ranks, so Blizzard will be implementing some changes that makes it so players will have to lose significantly more games before playing against a non-Legend player. Please rest assured that we have not changed the matchmaking calculations since our However, the Ranked Play update from With a tighter distribution of matchmaking ratings, losing games at lower Legend ranks can result in a matchmaking rating significantly worse than non-Legend players. Once a Legend player has a low matchmaking rating, it can become difficult for them to gain ranks.
Blizzard Explains Why It Gives "Bad Cards" To New Hearthstone Players
What are you trying to accomplish with your life? If you had asked me such an existential question a few months ago, I would've given you an incredibly shortsighted answer: I consider myself to be a fairly casual enjoyer of Blizzard's hugely popular, highly polished card game, having played on and off since way back in the Classic era. But somewhere between last December and now, I became completely consumed by the idea of joining the Legend elite, determined to claw my way to the top no matter the monetary or mental cost. What follows is a cautionary tale you can apply to just about any self-imposed ambition in your competitive multiplayer game of choice - though I imagine plenty of Hearthstone fans have shared in the same struggle as of late.
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