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Lost Ark Ranked PvP Season 1 begins March 24

Amazon Games and Smilegate RPG revealed more information on the lost Ark PvP Season.

Updated: Mar 23, 2022 10:39 am
Lost Ark Ranked PvP Season 1

Lost Ark’s Ranked PvP will launch on March 24, Amazon Games and Smilegate confirmed in a new blog post. Since the March update, players have been able to earn the new PvP currency, which will come in handy for those who are going to grind PvP when the new Ranked PvP arrives.

When the new competitive PvP mode launches on March 24, players can queue for a ranked team deathmatch in solo queue. As you win and lose, it will adjust your earn score, which you can use to climb the ladder amongst several big ranks. The Lost Ark PvP ranks are as follows:

  • Grand Master: Top 30 players in the region
  • Master: Top 31 – 100 players in the region
  • Diamond: 2000+
  • Platinum: 1800 – 1999
  • Gold: 1600 – 1799
  • Silver: 1400 – 1599
  • Bronze: 1399 or below

It is also worth mentioning that the Lost Ark PvP Season 1 will last six months. At the end of the season, you will claim the rewards that your associated core allows you to. While there is no exactly reward details yet, you will want to finish the season as high as possible, as when the season ends, it uses your current score as the basis for your rewards.

If you’re looking to get rewards through the season, you’re going to need to grind your PvP experience. Every week you can accumulate experience and grind through a different ladder. Every week you will lose a certain threshold of experience per your proving grounds level, so you need to keep grinding to keep getting unrated levels and get those lucrative awards associated with certain PVP levels. The vendor will contain a mixture of weekly and season rewards for you to earn, giving Pvpers essentials to keep up appearances in the Proving Grounds.

For more information on the PvP ranked season, you can check the official blog post on the game’s website, and you can get more info when the weekly patch notes go live at the end of the day March 23, or March 24, depending on where you live.

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