The new Arena Mode is gaining popularity amongst players alongside its rank system. After all, what’s a little bit of fun without the competitive feel? However, the system is not like the normal systems we’ve experienced with Summoner’s Rift and TFT. The Arena has a different system, making it stand out from the rest. Here’s what you need to know.
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What is the Arena Mode Rank System?
Although we’re saying it has a different system, it’s more or less similar in concept. All you have to do is win games. After that, the top two teams will earn ranked points to get to higher tiers. After all, the Arena mode has four teams, which makes for an interesting competition to see who’s best.
There are also five ranks instead of ten in the Arena Mode rank system. These ranks are Wood, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Gladiator. You will also start with a Wood rank at the bottom of the food chain. From there, you will have to fight your way against tons of teams to make it to the Gladiator ranks.
It will also follow the same Matchmaking Rating system from regular game modes. This means that you will play against teams that match your skills. However, you might face higher MMR teams if you bring a friend with a higher rank. So, might as well play with someone with the same rank and climb together to the top.
League of Legends might also have some rewards if you make it to the upper tiers. After all, they do have ranked rewards for both Summoner’s Rift and TFT. Yet, Arena Mode is not permanent even with its popular rank system. Try to play as much as you can and the devs might allow the game to stay a bit longer than intended.