Rocket League rank distribution Season 10
Wondering how your Rocket League rank distribution stacks up against the rest of the world? Rocket League offers several ranked play options, allowing you to team up or go it alone, but you might want to know how your fellow players are doing when it comes to the available ranks.
So, check out our explanation of how Rocket League rank distributions work and where your rank lies.
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What is Rocket League rank distribution?
The essence of Rocket League rank distribution is to see how many other players are in your respective rank. Depending on the game mode, the distribution stats might give you a good insight into why it's so hard to progress through your respective rank and allow you to figure out whether your skills are above average.
As of the free-to-play update in 2021, the rank distribution shifted significantly to give players a little bit of leeway in climbing the ladder, and the addition of Supersonic Legends has also seen a mix-up at the top of the tree. In our breakdown of the Rocket League rank distributions, you'll be able to see what percentage of players are also in your division, and what proportion of players you're better than.
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Rocket League rank distribution 3v3 Season 10
The chunk of the 3v3 rank distribution is slammed down the throat of Diamond and Platinum, with top-end Golds also being thrown into the mix. Here, you can see just how few players find the extra skills to escape Champ I, which is seemingly where the mechanical game becomes more relevant.
|Grand Champion III||0.06%|
|Grand Champion II||0.63%|
|Grand Champion I||1.23%|
Only a slither of players have hit SSL in 3v3, given the nature of having to rely on teammates to progress.
Rocket League rank distribution 2v2 Season 10
Unlike this standard game mode, the Rocket League rank distribution for 2v2 is weighed in favour of the Champion and Diamond divisions, with most players easily escaping Platinum and the lower ranks.
|Grand Champion III||0.04%|
|Grand Champion II||0.57%|
|Grand Champion I||3.48%|
In duos, most players begin to plateau between Plat III and Champ I, where players then struggle to create enough skill to progress. This game mode does rely on solo ability, so the higher you go, the more refined the percentages become, but you also get many players who play for fun excelling here given that you only need one friend to form a team.
Rocket League rank distribution 1v1 Season 10
On your lonesome, Rocket League rank distributions shift heavily back towards Gold and Platinum, where just shy of 69% of players can be found. The emphasis on mechanics rather than fundamentals definitely helps here, hence a lower shift through the ranks. If you're hitting Diamond though, you should be happy as you're in the top 12% of players worldwide.
|Grand Champion III||0.08%|
|Grand Champion II||0.11%|
|Grand Champion I||0.21%|
Supersonic Legend is more densely populated in 1v1 too, given that players can soar past Grand Champion by only relying on themselves. Over 9% of players don't bother with 1s either.
There you have it. In some cases, being a Plat pal isn't too bad, and you now know where your current skill set can get you. If you need to now push through the Rocket League rank distributions, rotations and air rolls might be key, if you're willing to put in the time.