Halo Infinite Rank Distributions Have Been Revealed

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Halo Infinite introduces a revamped ranking system, different from past entries in the franchise. The ranked playlists pit players against each other in the competitive Halo yet.

343 Industries has unveiled where a majority of the players are distributed, with a Halo Waypoint blog post showcasing the proportion of players in each of the three ranked playlists.

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Halo Infinite Rank Distributions Have Been Revealed

The data for the three different playlists can be seen below:

Ranked Open Queue

Chart for the Open Queue playlist showing a peak in the middle.
Credit: 343 Industries
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Ranked Solo/Duo Controller

A chart showing a flat chart in the middle for solo/duo controller playlists.
Credit: 343 Industries

Ranked Solo/Duo Mouse+Keyboard

A chart showing a minor peak for solo/duo playlists for mouse and keyboard.
Credit: 343 Industries
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The Competitive Skill Rank (CSR) for Open Queues is more skewed towards Platinum 1, while Solo/Duo is towards Onyx's side. There's also a peak on every chart at Diamond 1, as this is the highest rank possible after completing qualifying matches of 10:

A decent sized “spike” at Diamond 1. This exists because Diamond 1 is the highest rank we’ll grant to a player immediately after completing their 10 qualifying matches. So the “extra” players in Diamond 1 are players who would add to the high Diamond and Onyx columns if they continued to play more ranked and work their way up through the higher levels of the CSR system.

343 Industries is also working on adjusting the CSR algorithm to make it more accurate and closer to player medians. More updates are also being planned in the future, including additions of co-op multiplayer and a Forge mode.