With Warzone 2 Season 2 on its way, Dr Disrespect has revealed a major issue that players aren’t aware of which he hopes the update will fix.
Popular streamer Dr Disrespect has always been open about his thoughts on Warzone 2, claiming that it caters to “brainless gamers” and that Respawn Entertainment’s Apex Legends is a better title.
Season 2 is set to bring major changes, and while Dr Disrespect has been skeptical about the update’s ability to save the game, he’s hoping that it will fix a major issue that nobody is really talking about.
In his February 2 stream, The Doc teamed up with ZLaner in Warzone 2 and revealed a few things that he’s currently frustrated by, including the in-game audio of the Operator while healing.
Dr Disrespect explained: “You know what’s one thing that people don’t mention that I think should be part of a patch? Toning down the amount of volume when I receive a little bit of damage.”
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He elaborated that if he wins a gunfight and the Operator is breathing heavily, the sound of his healing up should be reduced by 80 to 90%. His hope is that this change will prevent the sounds from impacting recoverability.
When talking about the audio for the Operator healing, Dr Disrespect added “It sustains for far way too long. It’s loud and it lasts forever.” Since this isn’t an issue that’s being widely discussed among the Warzone 2 community, it remains to be seen if the developers will address it.
That said, Season 2 will bring audio changes in response to feedback from the Warzone 2 community, so it’s entirely possible that this is also changed up in a future update.
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