Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt Ranked and Casual Bloodhunt modes explained

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt features multiple Solo and Squad game modes, with the main queues being Ranked and Bloodhunt, aimed at competitive and casual players alike. Although both are traditional battle royale modes, they play very differently. In this quick guide, we’re going to break down the Ranked and Bloodhunt modes in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt and highlight the most important features of each playlist.

ranked mode

This competitive play mode becomes available at account level 10, a measure put in place to prevent cheaters from disrupting the ranked experience too much. In Ranked Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt, players earn Ranked Points (RP) for their performance in each match and climb the ladder to prove themselves against tougher opponents and show off their skills. Instead of proper skill-based matchmaking (SBMM), ranked mode matches players based on their current RP. The RP calculation system works almost identically to the Apex Legends ranking system: players will be awarded between 0 and 100 RP based on their final placement in each match, plus an additional 20 RP per kill.

To achieve consecutive ranks up the ladder, players must average over 15 RP per game for Silver rank, 30 RP for Gold, 45 RP for Platinum, 60 RP for Diamond, and 100 RP for Obsidian, which is the equivalent of Bloodhunt corresponds to grandmasters. Once a rank is achieved, players cannot be demoted to a lower rank, even if they start underperforming. At the start of each season, RP values ​​and ranks are reset and the climb begins again.

Brackets in Bloodhunt ranked mode
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Bloodhunt mode

The confusingly named Bloodhunt mode is Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt’s more casual offering and doesn’t have any form of SBMM. In Bloodhunt, each player begins the match with a single respawn ticket, allowing them to automatically respawn once per match. Players will respawn with a Tier 2 Assault Rifle and a Spiny Bat, and will be temporarily immune to damage upon respawn. Feeding special humans restores the respawn ticket and potentially allows cautious players to get back into combat after being knocked out of combat multiple times. Bloodhunt matches also have random variations that alter the flow of each match and are not included in ranked mode.

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