Expert boosters with at least a skill level of Gladiator run our every WoW 2v2 arena boost. We guarantee safe and quick order delivery, with minimal risks of disqualifications or account suspension. For our WoW 2v2 arena boost, we offer either a self-play mode for up to 1800 CR or up to 2200 CR for account-share option. Since disqualification or account suspension can happen in high rating battles, especially in account-sharing mode, we highly recommend that you opt for a self-play mode. This reduces the chances of bans, disqualification, or account suspension.
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- WoW 2v2 arena boost is available in self-play, or account share mode.
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- If you have a 1500+ rating in 2v2 Arena, you get a 10% discount.
- If you order the account-share option live stream is completely free.
- Full Elite set appearance is included for all 1800 rating orders and above.
- You get up to 1800 CR in self-play mode or up to 2200 CR in account-share mode.
- Our professional players with skill levels of Gladiator or above will boost your CR.
- Obtain PvP achievements like Just the Two of Us: 1550; Just the Two of Us: 1750; Just the Two of Us: 2000; Just the Two of Us: 2200; Challenger: Shadowlands Season 1; Duelist: Shadowlands Season 1; Rival: Shadowlands Season 1
- Depends on the package you order. Usually, for orders up to 1800 CR, it’s 1-3 days and for orders above 1800 CR 1-7 days.
- Because demand for WoW 2v2 arena boost is higher than usual, there might be a 1-3 days queue for starting your order.
- At least 195+ ilvl for account-share orders.
- 210 or higher item level for self-play orders.
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About Our WoW 2v2 Arena Boost
Deciding to purchase a WoW 2v2 Arena Boost can turn out to be a valuable investment. For starters, you will play with a professional booster. This will make the gameplay way more chaotic, interesting, and turn it into a more entertaining experience.
In addition, playing together with an expert gamer increases the viability of your spec and class for arena brackets. Most of the time, the majority of classes and specializations have a hard time with this part when they join a public arena bracket. You don’t know whether the other player’s class or spec will go hand in hand with yours. This ends with numerous balance problems.
While you will compete against much better players as you climb the rankings, this won’t be an issue. Although your chances to win will drop a bit, you will get better chances to play with players whose class or specification can align with yours. All of this can lead to more winning.
Lest we forget, you will also acquire, on average, better gear, honor points, and weapons as your rise in a ladder. Ultimately, a WoW 2v2 arena boost can be much more engaging than simply going for a public queue.
In addition, you get the chance to acquire a unique PvP mount, gear, weapons, and one-of-a-kind PvP titles. Naturally, when you have a low rating, this won’t give you great items, but the higher your rating — the bigger the rewards you can get. Moreover, in Wow Shadowlands, PvP items and weapons are just as effective as any PvE item you can find in dungeons, raids, and through questing.
2v2 Arena Brackets are Hard To Win and Hard To Enjoy
When it began, World of Warcraft required a much lower effort to get into PvP. Today, with WoW Shadowlands in play, you need to put in much more energy and effort. With the new, much more difficult PvP, your whole team needs to push their personal ratings high enough to pass the entry barrier into the pro-competition. Like, a lot.
While every game has piles and piles of knowledge that you need to learn in order to be the best, World of Warcraft requires a mountain of knowledge before you can begin to be a pro. Moreover, you need to have a high rating of actions/reactions per minute if you want to play like one.
The situation is even direr when it comes to 2v2 and 3v3 Arena Matches. You need to have the right friends to play with. Otherwise, you get stuck into public queues full of players who don’t know teamwork, don’t communicate, or just don’t know how to play. Even if you had the right friends for arena matches, you all still need to match your classes and specializations in order to win battles. Or, enjoy the balance issues and frustrations that follow them.
In arena brackets, winning achievements is beyond hard — you need very specific skills and a lot of gameplay if you want to win them. Of course, if you don’t find yourself facing hard counters like healer/frost DK composition. Most often, even great players lose from hard counters. It doesn’t matter what they do or how good they play. When playing against hard counters, you often can only win if they really screw up.
The Inner-Working of a PvP System
When it comes to how the PvP system works, you basically acquire one item per week as you gain your conquest points. You can view your conquest points bar in the PvP section. While you only collect a single item every week, the PvP reward becomes more valuable as the season comes to a close. Moreover, you also have the option of completing different weekly quests for 3v3 and 2v2 Arena brackets. Such quests usually have a requirement like winning 10 Arena matches.
Ultimately, you can also acquire various PvP items and weapons since these can drop when you win an Arena match; however, they don’t drop as often. The ilvl of your weekly PvP item depends on the PvP rating you have.
What PvP rewards Can You Acquire From a WoW 2v2 Arena Boost?
Well, plenty. With an WoW Arena boost, you have a chance to gain PvP weapons, items, gear, as well as PvP mounts and titles. It all depends on how much PvP rating you gain. You can view different rewards in the sections below.
PvP Gear From Wow 2v2 Arena Boost
In the 2v2 Arena bracket, you are able to acquire different PvP items, gear, and weapons through drops that happen when you win matches. The more CR you have, the bigger the rewards. However, keep in mind that these drop rewards don’t happen in every single won match. They occur only on rare occasions. In essence, you can obtain multiple tiers of item levels. They go as follows:
- 0 - 1399 Rating – Unranked - You gain 200 ilvl PvP Gear
- 1400 - 1599 Rating – Combatant Title - You gain 207 ilvl PvP Gear
- 1600 - 1799 Rating – Challenger Title - You gain 213 ilvl PvP Gear
- 1800 - 2099 Rating – Rival Title - You gain 220 ilvl PvP Gear
- 2100 – 2399 Rating – Duelist Title - You gain 226 ilvl PvP Gear
- 2400+ Rating – Gladiator Title - You gain 233 ilvl PvP Weapons
Keep in mind that seasons are crucial factors for determining the ilvl of rewarded items. For instance, the ilvl of times for every ranked PvP reward raises by +30 during the Second Season.
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In addition, the rewards that drop for winning matches are capped in the first week of every season. Such rating caps determine the kind of rated PvP appearance reward you may gain, in addition to the ilvl of PvP armors. Please keep in mind the chart above when you’re purchasing the boost you want. It provides an expected approximation of what armors, weapons, and items you can acquire.
PvP Mounts and Titles From WoW 2v2 Arena Boost
World of Warcraft has various PvP titles, depending on the player’s ranking. Only the best 0.01% of PvP fighters have the First Rank. However, these days you can gain various titles depending on your CR, as well as having 50 wins. They go like this:
- When you have between 0 and 1399 CR, you have the Unranked title.
- If you have between 1400 and 1599 CR, you acquire the Combatant title.
- When you have between 1600 and 1799 CR, you acquire the Challenger title.
- If you have between 1800 and 2099 CR, you acquire the Rival title.
- When you have between 2100 and 2399 CR, you acquire the Duelist title.
- If you have over 2400 CR, you acquire the Gladiator title as well as a PvP mount.
Keep in mind though, that when you hit 2400 CR, you will be moved into the recently-renamed Elite Bracket. In Elite Bracket, you gain rewards like class-specific titles and distinct tabards ( Sinister Gladiator’s Tabard for Alliance, or Horde).
You earn the Gladiator title if you win 50 matches in the Elite Brackets, all while not dropping below 2400 CR in 3v3.
Sinister Gladiator Set and Transmogs
When you reach the Gladiator title, you can acquire two different variations of the armor paint you can use for the Sinister Gladiator armor. You can collect the standard Gladiator armor set by unlocking regular PvP item acquisition in World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth.
The better items for the Sinister Gladiator appearance are dependent on your Elite Sinister Gladiator armor looks. You can unlock these parts by filling up particular CR levels in the Battle for Azeroth PvP system.
- When you reach the Combatant title (1400 - 1599), you can acquire Wrist and Waist parts.
- If you reach the Challenger title (1600 - 1799), you can acquire Leg, Hand, or Feet parts.
- When you reach the Rival title (1800 - 2099), you can acquire Chest, Shoulder, or Head parts.
- If you reach the Duelist title (2100 - 2399), you can acquire the Cloak part.