Overwatch 2: How to Fix the Bronze V Competitive Rank Bug

Have you landed in the Bronze V Competitive queue out of nowhere? Then rest assured as we guide you through why it happened and what you can do to fix it.

Overwatch 2 is the most anticipated multiplayer title of 2022. Blizzard has finally released the game, pulling down cover on its predecessor, Overwatch. Unlike OW1, this game is a free-to-play title. Being a F2P, players are flooding the game to try out everything new the game has to offer.

As Overwatch 2 makes players start with a clean slate, including players who are coming from Overwatch 1. The clean slate also includes a fresh start for the MMR system of competitive play. However, some players are facing a Bronze V competitive rank bug.

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What is Bronze V Competitive Rank Bug?

Players are starting their competitive journey in Overwatch 2, and after completing their first 30 matches are getting stuck in Bronze V matchmaking. The Bronze V is the lowest rank in the game currently. Moreover, this is happening to low-ranked and high-ranked players alike.

How to Fix Bronze V Competitive Bug

Players could not find a solution for this bug, however, a Reddit thread created by u/legal-example-2789 seemed to have a fix for this bug.

Blizzard has also addressed this issue in their latest update, here is a detailed look at the relevant section from the patch notes:

Competitive

  • Many players were ranked too low during the first week of Overwatch 2, so we are implementing a boost as players continue to play games for those affected by this issue.
  • Players who were ranked too low could have the feeling of being stuck in this rank. Moving forward, players should be able to climb the ranks in their first rank update, assuming they’re supposed to be higher based on their performance.
  • Players who haven’t ranked will not experience this issue after this patch.

So, hopefully, our fixes will help you solve the issue until Blizzard releases a fix for all the concurrent problems. Follow our Overwatch 2 guides for more tips and tricks.

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