Brawlhalla Guide: Everything To Know About The Reset For Ranked Season 15

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The new Ranked Season 15 for Brawlhalla is live. With this, there's going to be a ranked reset. Today we look into how this works for everyone.

For those new to Seasons, there's going to be a soft Elo reset. In the game, Elo serves as the rating system for the Ranked game mode. In addition, players also earn Glory, which is the currency receive for those who play Ranked. Players can use Glory in the Ranked section of Malhalla in order to get special Colors and Weapon Skins.

Soft Elo Reset Formula

The Soft Elo Reset is based on the current Elo of the Players at the end of the season. For 1v1 and 2v2 Personal Rating, here's how it's going to be computed:

  • Under 1400: New Elo = Old Elo
  • Over 1400: New Elo = 1400 + (Old Elo – 1400) / (3 – (3000 – Old Elo) / 800)

For the 2v2 Team and Legend Ratings, they have been brought closer to 750. For those under 2000, the formula is going to be:

  • Elo = (Elo + 375) / 1.5

Meanwhile for those above 2000, Brawlhalla has brought them back down as a way of resetting the top tiers. Diamond level players, for example, are going to be reset to high gold or low platinum.

Glory Earnings Calculation

The basis for Glory earned is based on a combination of a player's highest Peak Rating, meaning the highest 1v1, 2v2, team, or Legend rating/Elo, along with total wins. The reason for this is to ensure that both skill and dedication are rewarded, particularly for those who pursue Glory.

For each win, players get 20 Glory for up to 150 wins. This means a maximum of 3000 Glory. Once players reach 150 wins, each win after that gives slightly less. It is important to note that players need to play at least 10 games in order to be eligible for Glory based on their rating. For those who want to get an idea of their new Elo or their Glory Gained, they can go here.

What about you?  Do you think a reset is needed? Are you ready to go all in on the new season? Let us know in the comments below.

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