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How To Change Matchmaking Regions In Destruction AllStars

How To Change Matchmaking Regions In Destruction AllStars
Matchmaking regions are set by default in Destruction AllStars. This guide on How To Change Matchmaking Regions In Destruction AllStars will tell you how you can change your region so that you can play with other players outside of Europe, North America, or wherever your matchmaking region is set to default.

Matchmaking has no real impact on any part of the game other than who you’re likely to be paired with. If your default matchmaking region in US Central, you will be matched with other players from that same matchmaking region. It’s advisable to stick to your default region as it promises the best game performance, in terms of ping, lag, and connection with the server itself. However, if you’d rather play in other regions regardless, that option is available.

How To Change Matchmaking Regions In Destruction AllStars

How To Change Matchmaking Regions In Destruction AllStars
There are currently three versions of matchmaking regions available. US Central, Europe, and Japan. US Central is likely to be the default option for anyone set in the US. However, if you’re struggling to find games late at night, switching to another region may help you find games quicker. Our testing shows the game is decently stable even when playing outside the default matchmaking region.

Head to the main menu of the game and open the options menu. Once in the options menu, navigate to the Gameplay tab. Here you will see several settings, one of which is Matchmaking. Simply change the region to your preferred region of those available and you’re good to go.

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Matchmaking regions are set by default in Destruction AllStars. This guide on How To Change Matchmaking Regions In Destruction AllStars will tell you how you can change your region so that you can play with other players outside of Europe, North America, or wherever your matchmaking region is set to default.
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