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The Finals ranked system explained

Here’s everything to know about the ranked system in The Finals.

The Finals has a competitive system that players can enter and climb their way up. Read on for everything to know about The Finals ranked system, all of the different ranks and tiers, how the game's Ranked Tournament works, and more.

The Finals ranks (Image via Embark Studios)
The Finals ranks (Image via Embark Studios)

The Finals ranks

The game has five ranks or leagues in total. These include Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond. Within each of these ranks are four different tiers. For example, In the Gold rank, there exists Gold 4, Gold 3, Gold 2, and Gold 1.

  1. Diamond
  2. Platinum
  3. Gold
  4. Silver
  5. Bronze
The Finals ranked system (Image via Embark Studios)
The Finals ranked system (Image via Embark Studios)

The Finals ranked system

When you begin a season of The Finals, you start at the Bronze 4 rank. In order to reach Silver, you must climb your way up through the different Bronze tiers. Tier promotions require earning enough Fame Points (FP).

  • Bronze
    • Bronze 4
    • Bronze 3
    • Bronze 2
    • Bronze 1
  • Silver
    • Silver 4
    • Silver 3
    • Silver 2
    • Silver 1
  • Gold
    • Gold 4
    • Gold 3
    • Gold 2
    • Gold 1
  • Platinum
    • Platinum 4
    • Platinum 3
    • Platinum 2
    • Platinum 1
  • Diamond
    • Diamond 4
    • Diamond 3
    • Diamond 2
    • Diamond 1
The Finals Ranked Tournament: How it works (Image via Embark Studios)
The Finals Ranked Tournament: How it works (Image via Embark Studios)

The Finals Ranked Tournament explained

In order to receive FP and rise in The Finals rankings, you must duke it out in the game's competitive mode. This Ranked Tournament mode can be unlocked after playing 60 rounds of The Finals.

The Finals Ranked Tournament (Image via Embark Studios)
The Finals Ranked Tournament (Image via Embark Studios)

Ranked Tournament mode features 48 players who are divided into 16 teams. This means each team has three players. There are two phases in The Finals Ranked Tournament mode as well. These include the Knockout Rounds and Final Round.

Your team must finish in the top two each time in the three Knockout Rounds. Then, your team must fight against the other top team in the Final Round. The first team to reach the cash goal in the Final Round wins the match.

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