For some time now, the developers of Call of Duty: Warzone fight to preserve the gaming experience of the players within the battle royale. Far from being except reproach, the game is not spared by cheaters who do not hesitate to make it hard. However, with the implementation of the Ricochet anti-cheating system, Activision aims to change the situation and the first results are more than encouraging!
If he struggles like a hell of a devil to put an end to this scourge, Call of Duty: Warzone faces a more than recurring problem: bugs. The news around the battle royale continues to report the many incidents encountered by the players: not so long ago, the bug causing the disconnection of controllers was talked about. However, a new milestone has been crossed, and this very recently, because a bug interferes with the players’ games by altering the sound of the game.
As we know, first person shooters require good visual acuity and a certain ability to locate oneself in space, in particular thanks to sound and, more precisely, to surrounding noises such as enemy fire. Unfortunately, this new bug, reported by Putridzzz, a user of the Reddit social network, alters the player’s sound feedback by muffling it, or even deleting it! A problem that seems all the more complex for players used to playing with headphones on!
The players were quick to come forward on the Putridzzz post and share their frustration – once again! -, about this bug which ruins many of their parts. Since this is a relatively recent concern, The problem might persist for a little while while development teams add it to their long list.
Nevertheless, the players sought, by all means, a solution to this problem and ended up arriving at a technique … unconventional, let’s say! Indeed, the state of dizziness or the use of a flashbang grenade would have allowed some to reverse the trend and recover the sound of the game.. For the moment, Activision has not yet reacted to this concern during the games but as so often, you will have to be patient: in the meantime, stay tuned and on the alert, at least if you succeed. !