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Overwatch designer dispels myths about matchmaking and skill rating changes
There are many reasons why SR is gained or lost after a match that have nothing to do with grouping, Mercer explained. New accounts or formerly inactive accounts will see larger SR swings both upwards and downwards. Have fun, play to learn and improve, and your SR will rise over time. Playing games with other people is pretty awesome. The LFG tool helps make this happen, so give it a try. Be good to one another. Google has been testing a new app subscription bundle that gives users access to premium apps for one monthly price. A Google spokesperson confirmed that the company is currently testing [ The new [
Ahead of Overwatch getting a 'looking for group' feature that will let you choose the types of players you team up with, Blizzard principal designer Scott Mercer has taken to the game's forums to bust a few myths about how matchmaking works with groups, and how playing in a group affects changes to your skill rating SR when you win or lose. Mercer said that there was "reluctance from the community when it comes to grouping", partly down to a few common "misconceptions". The one that comes up most often, he said, is that you gain less SR for winning when you're playing as a group, and lose more SR when you're defeated.