It was clear that something required to be changed to increase quality of life to all those at the very best -- and people stuck in the lower and middle echelons were all too eager to check it
embrace a new system. After six months, the ranks will reset and every individual will start afresh -- albeit apparently from a predetermined, yet hidden ELO rating. Those in the base will have their own profile adorned with a glistening 'Herald' badge, although the top will eventually reach Divine 5, along with a shiny badge to go for that position.
Once at the top, anybody in the top tens of thousands includes a number attached to them and in every game, everyone is obviously ranked by skill, while professionals strive to accomplish the coveted top-ten spots.There has rightly been disagreement as to whether the modifications have made much difference. To those in the lower echelons, the mill to climb the ladder still has not changed.
The fact that the badge featured on the profile is irreversible and can not be diminished until the RSGOLDFAST reset allows players to be proud of their life accomplishment, however.The ultimate aim of the matchmaking alterations was to enhance the experience for all those throughout Dota, not least the players that were formerly left queueing for hours to find a game and frequently left disappointed by the quality.
OG's Johan 'n0tail' Sundstein go to rs page our website seemed joyful, commenting, "in Dota there is no perfect system so, I believe they've done a really good job."Mineski's Chai 'Mushi' Yee Fung shares a similar view, jesting that it's, "pretty enjoyable. However, I still haven't gotten into the top ten yet." The positive sentiment is one also shared by one half of those Blomdin brothers, compLexity's Chessie, that enjoys the glint of their new medals.