Ai Difficulty vs Players Difficulty

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    I’m a newcomer to this game, but I’ve managed to beat the AI on the hard setting.

    However, I’m curious if that’s enough for me to perform well against real opponents or if I need to train more.

    It’s enjoyable to play casually, but games are more enjoyable when I know I’m better than some others.

    Even if I don’t achieve any impressive rankings, I would still play this game, but I like to think I have a shot at it.

    What are your thoughts on this?


    you will win about 50% of the games you play no matter how good or bad you are.

    that’s how the ranked system works.

    but the games will be close so it’s 100% worth it


    You can jump at ranked anytime.

    Since you are matched with players of your level, you’ll eventually win half of your games and lose the other half.

    Do note that it takes a few matches to get there!

    The people at 1000 Elo are very much not new to the game so you’ll lose hard before your level stabilizes.


    Try it !

    At a certain point, when reaching “your” elo, you will win about 50% (like almost all of us) as already mentioned


    So in my opinion beating Extreme AI actually helped me in 1v1 games for sure in terms of a more fluid BO and stuff, but the thing is it doesn’t prepare you for the more realistic and obvious attacks like castle drops on your face and stuff…

    Those are things I learnt to deal with only after playing ranked.

    If you don’t want to lose your ranking right away, maybe practice a bit on Quick Play before you feel confident enough


    maybe if u can beat 1vs2 extreme ai it can help, but being good vs ai never helps vs players, ai moves simply to dumb and predictable


    Yes that is very good.

    You will be fine


    Being able to beat an extreme ai is rather basic in 1v1 ranked, though I think versus human is different from versus ai.

    Since no way you can do micro better than ai and usually you develop slower than ai, it’s a good defensive training.


    You will do just fine at 1000 elo, take your first 10 games with a grain of salt you will play against other “new players” so some crushing victories and defeats.

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