For some time now, multiplayer has been the bread and butter of Call of Duty. Multiplayer undergoes serious tweaks every single year such as the introduction of scorestreaks in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and updates following each game's release patch up multiplayer map loopholes in the interest of keeping Call of Duty fair. But what happens when some mean spirited players make use of bugs and system exploits to get ahead? The latest occurrence of this is 'reverse boosting' where some players of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare , in an attempt to fool the game's multiplayer matchmaking system into thinking that they're bad players and get paired with newer players as a result, will commit virtual suicide over and over again. The Sledgehammer boss began his post on the company blog by explaining exactly how Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 's matchmaking system works. In other words, reverse boosting would have very little bearing on who you're matched with and yet some players are doing it anyway.
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Ask ATVI. Never directed into COD from me. Analytics, SB match making, monetization, dedi server coverage, etc all driven from ATVI central tech and production teams. Fustratingly little influence on those corp decisions despite their impact on our games and the COD community. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was a massive success despite the controversy surrounding SBMM, and so there's no real financial reason for Activision to change its tune.
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