Counter-Strike: Global Offensive launched a new matchmaking service which uses time played not just in Counter-Strike, but additional Steam games, as well as a number of other aspects, to match up players with similar behaviors, programmer Valve recently declared.

Prime Matchmaking requires that gamers connect their accounts to their mobile devices and have a minimal CS:GO position of 21, to make sure a reasonably consistent level of skill and devotion between players that are connected. But that "established a hard border in the CS:GO community, along with players that may otherwise be perfectly delighted playing together were split," Valve stated in a blog article.




Enter the optimistically-named Trust system. "Imagine if the Prime system was re-imagined utilizing a wider range of variables? We started with that query, and also have been experimenting with fitting players using observed behaviors and attributes of their Steam accounts, including the overall amount of time they had spent playing CS:GO, how frequently they had been reported for cheating, time spent playing other games on their Steam account, etc," Valve wrote. "We call this system Trust, and these factors considered together form a participant's Trust Factor."

At a blog post describing the system, Valve said it deliberately preventing describing what other activities it had been tracking that would be folded into your Trust Variable worth.

"We're still iterating on the Trust Factor model and adjusting the way various factors are combined, but we want to make sure that all you have to do to improve your matchmaking experience is continue to play CS:GO and other Steam games legitimately. The more you play, the more information the system has and the easier it will be for the system to determine who you should be matched with."As a result, Prime is being revamped in favour of Trust Factor, which started yesterday. The new system builds on an assortment of unique inputs, some of which are fairly obvious - your ability level will be considered, as will the way much CS:GO you have played, and how frequently you've been reported for cheating.

However, some factors are less obvious. While Valve state that they will not be publishing a complete list, they do say that the time spent on additional Steam games will also factor into the new system. The logic behind that is clear - if you play with tons of other games together with CS:GO, you are more inclined to be put alongside other more 'casual' players, while the hardcore veterans will be placed together. The machine will even factor in your behaviour in some of the other games, but presumably only those with online communities - that I doubt there is much you can perform from The Witcher 3 which will impact the best way to experience Valve's fast-paced FPS.

Valve's brand new system assigns every player a hidden price, known as their Trust Factor. This score is derived from the way you've played CS:GO - if you've had reports lodged against you for cheating, for instance - but also your actions in other Steam games.

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