VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE BLOODHUNT RANKED MODE – EVERYTHING THAT WE KNOW
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VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE BLOODHUNT RANKED MODE – EVERYTHING THAT WE KNOW

VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE BLOODHUNT RANKED MODE – EVERYTHING THAT WE KNOW

VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE BLOODHUNT RANKED MODE – EVERYTHING THAT WE KNOW

Vampire – Bloodhunt is a bloodier version of battle royale and will draw both causal and competitive crowds. Sharkmob, the developer, has made this possible, and, if your preference is for the latter, you will be pleased to learn that a ranked mode is now available.

It will feel familiar if you have played Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodhunt in its early access period. The ranked mode is a lot like that game, but it has a polished matchmaking system. Each player has one life. They can fight other players with similar skills for glory and higher leaderboard standings.

On May 6, Vampire: Bloodhunt’s ranked mode is available. It will be available to players who have reached level 10 or higher.

Ranking points are earned by placing high in matches and eliminating other players. Your total amount will determine who you are matchmade with. It is an indicator of your skill level.

You will reach the required threshold to move up the ranks. The more you earn, the closer you’ll get. After you have reached Bronze, the highest tier, joining Bloodhunt’s ranked match matches costs points. Below is a list of thresholds and costs as shared with the developer.

    • Bronze – Default rank/no match fee

 

    • Silver – 2000RP/15 RP match fees

 

    • Gold – 4000 RP/30 RRP match fee

 

    • Platinum – 6000 RP/45 RP match fee

 

    • Diamond – 8000RP/60RP match fee

 

  • Obsidian – 10000RP/100RP match fee

When a new season starts, your rank points are reset. This is when you will receive any rewards that you are eligible for.

Earning rank points is more difficult than eliminating players, but it’s worth placing high in matches, as the number of points awarded increases each match.

 

    • Player Eliminations – 20 RP

 

    • Place 31+ – Zero RP

 

    • Place 30-21 – 10 Rp

 

    • Place 20-16 – 15 Rp

 

    • Place 15-11 – 20 Rp

 

    • Place 10-6 – 25 Rp

 

    • Place 5-4 – 30 Rp

 

    • Place 3-40 RP

 

    • Place 2-50 RP

 

    • Place 1 – 100 of the following RP

 

You will not lose your rank if you reach the highest rank. This allows you to focus on reaching the top.

The developer made several changes to the mode in May 2022. This included disabling crossplay by default for PS5 and tweaking matchmaking, to decrease the time it takes to join matches.

Bloodhunt mode can be used if Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt’s ranked mode does not appeal to you.

It caters to newcomers and offers multiple life, comeback mechanics, and “different matches variations to keep it interesting.”

You need to know about Vampire The Masquerade-Bloodhunt’s ranked mode. You can read more about the game by visiting our battle pass and GeForce Now support.

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