For better or worse, the newest Ranked Mode overhaul is now live in Hearthstone. Within the announcement for The Year of the Phoenix rotation, the finer details were inadvertently buried thanks to the several other changes and new features coming to the game. Upon closer inspection, the changes to ranked play offer nothing positive to the majority of players, and will arguably be a net negative change. At its core, the new Ranked Mode is basically the same as before, with a few notable exceptions. Ranks have been replaced with Leagues, each having their own ranks from and progressing players upwards through Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, before finally Legend. Rank floors also remain in each League at Ranks 5 and
Hearthstone Is Adding Cards To Its 'Classic' Set, And Making Other Changes For New Players
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Hearthstone News: Developers reveal how matchmaking works – Hearthstone
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Players who want shorter queue times in ranked matchmaking must be willing and able to play any role. Players in the Fast Queue will be prioritized by the system whenever they are trying to find matches, but they must first earn their chances to play in the new priority queue. To earn games for the Fast Queue, players must be willing to play all Ranked Roles. Electing to play all roles will net players a free game in the Fast Queue, but they can also earn additional games for future use by fulfilling a number of conditions. Solo players that queue with all roles selected get an additional four games in the Fast Queue, while players grouped in a party will earn theirs by having members take on all possible roles.