Lost Ark party size limits for different content explained
A guide to knowing who can tag along in your Lost Ark party
Lost Ark is an MMORPG, and one of the things you’ll frequently get involved with is partying up. Throughout the world, you’ll find world bosses, dungeons, PvP and more. So, to make it easier to understand what parties you can form for this content, we will explain all of the Lost Ark party size details for you.
What is the Lost Ark party size limit?
Typically, the Lost Ark party size limit you will come across is four players. This is the typical matchmaking party size for most of the content in the game. You will find your party size is four for any of the leveling dungeons you go on through the game. On the other hand, end game content like Chaos Dungeon, Abyssal Dungeons, and Guardian Raids accep four players max. Moreso, you can do the Legion Raids, which are technically eight players limit. However, you split up into two groups of four.
If you’re in the open world messing around, you can also find that you can party up to a max of four players. You’ll need to make sure you’re in the right channel though to see each other in the open world. You can modify this by going to the channel settings in the top right of the screen, right above the minimap and coordinating what channel you want to go on.
Lastly, we have instanced PvP. Instanced PvP is a little different, with almost all of its gamemodes 3v3. The 3v3 rule applies for any of the PvP modes, including 3v3 last man standing, the team deathmatch, and the 1v1 elimination rounds mode. If you’re on the same server, you can be premade with a party size of three and queue into instanced PvP. If you’re solo queueing, then you’ll get matched into cross-server queues within your data centre.
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