With the Elden Ring Colosseum PvP update, many players are eager to battle against other players and team up with their friends. But this can be a bit confusing if you don’t know about its matchmaking system. The matchmaking for the PvP modes works according to your current level and the highest upgraded weapon level. That being said, a majority of players are unsure about the required Meta Level for PvP matches. Not to worry, check out our guide to find out the recommended Meta PvP level in Elden Ring.
What is the Recommended Elden Ring PvP Meta Level
The recommended meta-level for PvP matches is level 125-150 according to the Elden Ring community. But for a more challenging feat, you can go as above as 200+ level. Although this would pit you against skilled Mages or other builds that can one-shot you. A majority of the consensus on Reddit and Steam threads agree the recommended PvP meta-level should be strictly at level 125.
Players suggested that anything above level 125 can be overwhelming and swarming with tougher players. However, at the end of the day, it is your decision if you are looking for tougher PvP matches. So, you can also go for PvP levels as high as 300+ level. Since player gets to level 125-150 on their first playthrough, you can expect swarming players in the PvP matches.
We recommend players have at least 50-60 Vigor for ideal damage. For Mage and Sorcerer builds, we suggest having at least 60 intelligence stats. Also, spell-casters must want at least 60-80 Faith stats if your recommended meta PvP level is 125+ level.
If you are confused about the builds you will be using, check out our guide for the best PvP builds to use. Also, check out our guide for some PvP tips and tricks in Elden Ring.
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