While Call of Duty: Warzone fans are continuously announcing new bugs and getting down on adjusting issues, stride sound specifically has been a steady objection from players. Luckily, a fix is coming, however, Call of Duty: Warzone fans will be holding up quite a while to see it become real.
Call of Duty: Warzone’s footstep audio has been problematic since the game launched, with a few different issues tied to the sound. At times, it was far too quiet, with players not hearing where their enemies were – something guaranteed to result in their deaths. While this was eventually patched, another issue has proven to be just as prominent, as players are unable to nail down where their enemies are coming from.
After several months of player-requested changes to directional footstep audio, it seems like Raven Software is finally set to deliver those fixes. In the same media briefing where Call of Duty: Warzone 2 was confirmed, Raven detailed a number of fixes for the original Warzone. These include improvements for traversal, parachutes, and vehicles, along with buffs and nerfs. CharlieIntel listed out these issues on Twitter, and with a fan pointing out that directional footstep audio was not listed, CharlieIntel responded.
When will Footstep Audio Will Be Fixed?
As per the Call of Duty-centered distribution, directional stride sound will for sure be refined, permitting players to hear precisely where their adversaries are at. Sadly, this fix isn’t coming in Season 2, with CharlieIntel detailing that the change is planned to deliver in Season 3 all things considered. Seeing that Season 2 has not begun at this point, as it starts on February 14, players will manage the stride sound issues for significantly longer.
With Season 3 probably dropping at some point in the center of April, this news is clearly not great. Ideally, when Call of Duty: Warzone 2 makes its presentation, the stride sound sounds extraordinary every step of the way. A smooth send-off liberated from the issues found in the first game would be exciting for Call of Duty fans.