The Fortnite Ranked system is a new competitive mode in the game that replaces the old Arena mode. Here's everything you need to know about Fortnite ranks.
Out of nowhere, Epic Games has announced that the Arena mode in Fortnite will be discontinued and replaced with a new ranked game mode. The ranked system will be available starting May 17 with the release of Fortnite v24.40 for Fortnite Battle Royale and Zero Build. We've got all the details on ranks, how you level up, and more for you.
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The Fortnite Ranked System
Fortnite's Ranked system starts with Season Zero. From then until the end of Chapter 4 Season 3, you'll have time to prove your skill in Ranked matches, and from Bronze onwards, advance up to 7 ranks. When you reach the final rank, Unreal, you will receive a number indicating your worldwide position among Unreal players.
With a consistently good performance in Ranked matches, you can increase this number and join the ranks of the best Fortnite players in the world!
The Ranked system modes
All Fortnite Ranks: From Bronze to Unreal
The following Fortnite ranks are available:
- Bronze (I, II, III)
- Silver (I, II, III)
- Gold (I, II, III)
- Diamond (I, II, III)
- Platinum (I, II, III)
The Bronze through Diamond gradations will also each be divided into three ranks, while Elite, Champion, and Unreal will each consist of only one rank.
How To Level Up in the Fortnite Ranked System
Ranking up and down in Fortnite Ranked depends on both your placement in the match and the number of eliminations you or the team has achieved. Eliminations in the later stages of the match count more than eliminations at the beginning of the match, so it makes perfect sense to focus more on the late game. Also, the ranks of the players eliminated by you or your team are taken into account.
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Teams are considered as one unit - based on eliminations and team rank, all team members will gain or lose the same amount of progress. Note that your team's rank is determined based on the player with the highest rank on the team. For example, if a team consists of players with Gold I and Silver I ranks, it will use the Gold I rank when searching for players and will compete against players with similar ranks.
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If you want to view your progress, you need to set "Ranked" to "On" in the lobby. You will then find your current rank on the left of the screen.
In Season Zero, your reward will be the "Burn Bright" emote. When you activate the emote, it will display the color of your current rank.
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