The Finals SBMM: What Is it?

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The Finals SBMM: What Is it?

The Finals has been available on the market for some time now, and since its release, it has attracted a large number of players. Match after match, many of them realized that the game could have SBMM. The presence of this system has not been confirmed by the developers, so we don't know for sure if The Finals SBMM is something that really exists, if it is just the players' impression, or if Embark Studios has decided to implement something similar. However, in this article, we will explain in detail what it is and why many believe that The Finals supports SBMM.


What is SBMM?

Before getting to the heart of the matter and reeling it off to understand whether The Finals has this system or not, it is important to understand well what we are talking about. If you are a veteran of this type of game, it is very likely that you already know what we are talking about, but if, however, you are a novice, you may be confused. So, what is SBMM? Let's find out together, so that we no longer have any doubts about it.

SBMM stands for Skill-Based Matchmaking. Consequently, as its name suggests, it is a system that was created specifically to ensure that players with similar abilities can compete with each other. In this way, therefore, if you are a new player, you will not have to compete against those who have already invested a lot of time in the game and who know how to move, also because there would be no match and you could just get frustrated and decide to abandon the game and never come back to play again.

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This system serves precisely to avoid there being too obvious disparities between players in order to guarantee the same level of fun for everyone. Obviously, there is certainly no shortage of criticism of this type of system, with some claiming that it is not that convenient because it does not create real fun for skilled players. These are points of view, so we won't go into much detail on the issue, also because it depends from person to person.

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Does The Finals Have SBMM?

Now that we have said in detail what it is, we can answer this crucial question. As we already mentioned at the beginning of this article, Embark Studios has not confirmed the presence of SBMM in The Finals; consequently, we do not have a certain, and official answer to this question. What we can do is take into consideration the myriad of testimonials from many users who are talking about it on various social channels.

Although there is no confirmation from the developers, there is evidence that seems to suggest that this system has been introduced into the game. In fact, many have said that they began to encounter stronger players after they were able to win several matches. This seems to suggest that the game does everything to ensure that the lobby is adjusted based on the skills of the players who are present in it. There are many testimonies of experiences like this, so everything seems to make it seem like The Finals supports the SBMM.

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It certainly wouldn't be new, as many games of this genre use this type of mechanism precisely to try to create a gaming experience that is as fair and fun as possible for everyone. However, since the developers have not yet made any statements about it, we cannot say with certainty that The Finals is one of those games in which it is present. Obviously, it is likely that in the near future, Embark Studios will decide to make a statement in this regard precisely to quell the discussions that have arisen in this regard and give a concrete answer once and for all. In this case, we will soon update you.

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The Finals SBMM: What Is it?
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly. She writes news, reviews, guides, and features about both AAA and indie games.