Riot is looking to implement a ranked mode in the upcoming 2v2v2v2 game mode.
Earlier this year, Riot announced that they would be bringing a brand new game mode to League of Legends.
The game mode, dubbed 2v2v2v2, will be a mix between League’s traditional system and a deathmatch. In a series of deathmatch-style rounds, four teams of two will compete against each other. Players will be able to purchase goods in between rounds as well.
In addition to buying items, players will also be able to pick and choose an augment for their champions, similar to TFT. Each augment will be random and will influence the champion in different ways. A player can choose to accept augments that improve the champions’ basic abilities or to do something completely different; the options are limitless.
Having said that, we just got a few more details on the game mode. Riot has hinted at the possibility of a ranked system coming with the 2v2v2v2 mode.
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Ranking System for 2v2v2v2 Game Mode
In a recent Reddit post, Riot Meddler, the Head of League Studio, announced that they are planning on introducing a ranked system to the upcoming 2v2v2v2 game mode. He also stated that they are “considering calling the lowest tier in the rating system for the 2v2v2v2 mode, Wood.”
Other than that, little is known about the ranking system or how it would function. But many are speculating that it would be similar to the points system in TFT’s Hyper Roll and Double Up.
However, the fact that Riot is creating a ranking system for the 2v2v2v2 game mode might indicate that Riot intends to keep the game mode around for a longer period of time or even permanently.