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Now that Rocket League Season 3 is in full swing, players have been wondering where they fell with the rest of the community in the ranked season. Fortunately, the developers released the official Rocket League rank distribution for Season 2.
Rocket League’s ranked season is no joke. With a highly competitive game like Rocket League, players will spend the entire season honing their skills and trying to earn the maximum rank possible.
When the dust clears in a season, everyone wonders how they ranked compared to the rest of the community. Today, the Psyonix developers hinted at everyone with their full Season 2 roster.
Here’s what you need to know about the Rocket League rank distribution for Season 2.
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Rocket League Season 2 Rank Distributi on
The range distribution list is a bit overwhelming if you’re not totally sure what you’re looking at. This is what you need to know:
The first column shows what rank was achieved. Starting at the top shows the lowest rank, and each row that goes down increases one space in the rank.
The other columns represent the different game modes included in Ranked Play for Season 2. They are: Doubles, Standard, Solo Duel, Rumble, Dropshot, Hoops, and Snow Day.
This breakdown was posted by the developers on the official Rocket League subReddit found here. This is the rank distribution for Season 2:
There aren’t too many surprises listed here, the layout seems pretty regular, but if you had a certain rank in a certain game mode and had trouble finding matches, this could serve as an explanation.