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Solo Shuffle Boost
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Solo Shuffle In WoW?
The Solo Shuffle is a new Arena bracket that does not require a team of three players. You can queue for the Sili Shuffle from Arena tab and the matchmaking system will find five other players for your lobby, and split you into two groups of three players. Every round the system will also shuffle all the participants so that in the end, you will have played with every other player in your lobby.
Is Solo Shuffle Rated PvP?
In a way, yes. Your rating is tracked and there are rated leaderboards for Solo Shuffle. The whole game mode and the bracket are considered to be entry-level rated PvP. The system is very random and is intended to bring people into Rated Arena proper by giving them a taste of what hardcore Arena PvP matches look like. Simultaneously with that, it strips away the need to look for teammates who play viable classes and does not allow for creating team compositions.
Do You Get Rating from Solo Shuffle?
Yes, whenever you are the player who won the most battles in a match, your Solo rating goes up similarly to 2v2 or 3v3 Arena. Same goes if you perform poorly; your rating goes down.
How do I Queue for Solo Shuffle?
Like the Heroic Dungeon queue, there will be a minimum PvP ilvl requirement to enter the queue. Solo Shuffle is strictly 3v3. The algorithm will select four DPS players and two healers or tanks at random, then place them on a map chosen at random from the available arena. A brawl in the arena will go on for six rounds.
When the first game is over, the teams are “shuffled” to ensure that every possible composition of two damage dealers and one healer or tank is played. In this system, tanks serve a similar function to that of healers. After the 6 rounds are all over, a scoreboard will pop up indicating the number of rounds that each individual player won.
What Happens if You Leave Solo Shuffle?
You get penalised. The system will subtract the same amount of personal rating you would have lost if you lost all 6 rounds within a match.