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Skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) is a crucial component in many competitive online games, and it appears to be a feature in "The Finals," albeit unofficially confirmed by Embark Studios. This guide aims to shed light on the presence of SBMM in "The Finals" and its potential impact on gameplay.

Understanding SBMM in The Finals

SBMM is designed to ensure that players are matched with others of similar skill levels, leading to more balanced and competitive matches.

Indicators of SBMM in The Finals

  • Player Observations: Many players have noted on forums and the official Discord that the matchmaking seems to be skill-based.
  • Patch Notes References: Updates and patch notes for "The Finals" have mentioned adjustments to matchmaking, suggesting ongoing refinements that align with SBMM principles.

How SBMM Might Work in The Finals

  • Criteria for Matchmaking: It likely considers player stats such as Kill/Death (K/D) ratio, wins, score per minute, and more.
  • Goal: To create lobbies where squads have similar skill levels, ensuring fair and competitive gameplay.

The Impact of SBMM

  • Pros:
    • Encourages fair play.
    • Provides a learning curve for new players.
    • Keeps matches challenging yet enjoyable for experienced players.
  • Cons:
    • Can lead to perceived repetitive gameplay for some.
    • High-skill players might face constantly challenging matches without casual play.

Community Response

Mixed Feelings: While some appreciate the balance SBMM brings, others prefer a more casual or varied matchmaking experience.
Ongoing Discussions: The Finals' community continues to debate and discuss the presence and impact of SBMM in the game.


While not officially confirmed, SBMM appears to be a component of "The Finals," aimed at creating balanced and competitive matches based on player skill. Understanding how SBMM works can enhance your approach to the game, whether you're a casual player or someone seeking competitive play. The community's feedback will likely influence future adjustments to this system.

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