Does Elden Ring’s Colosseum PvP mode match players based on their level and have matchmaking for arenas? Patch 1.08 for Elden Ring is here! And there, everything is about PvP fights.
There are now three new arenas for PvP, and each has its own rules. But what about the people who met at the Colosseum? Is there a plan, and if so, how does it work? Will you play someone at the same level as you? What you need to know is listed below.
Arena Matchmaking & Level Scaling in Elden Ring Colosseum
The new update to the Colosseum adds three different arenas, each with its own set of rules. You can find these PvP arenas in Limgrave, Caelid, and Leyndell. You can fight one-on-one, in teams of two or three, or you can call on Spirit Ashes to fight for you.
This new PvP mode has something for everyone, and the best part is you can play with your friends. And when you’re not playing with (or against) friends, you’ll be paired with other random online players. But does the Colosseum just match people at random, or does it have a system?
At the moment, there is no ranking system in Colosseum, but Ranks are likely to be added very soon. And the Colosseum’s matchmaking system is almost certainly there, though we can’t say for sure.
Invasions and duels are the other two multiplayer modes. Matchmaking in these two modes is based on how much your character and items have been upgraded. So, we can be sure that FromSoftware will use the same system for the arenas.
Still, based on how arenas worked in DS2 and DS3, the Colosseum Matchmaking system will be a bit more flexible. It will always try to put you up against someone who is about the same level as you.
But if the game looks for a match for you for too long, it will eventually put you against whoever is available at the time. And that’s all you need to know about how the matchmaking system works in the Elden Ring Arena.