Warzone Update Fixes Audio Problems: Raven Software's Suggested Settings

The latest Warzone update brings a fix to problems with The Numbers Event's audio. Additionally, Raven Software have suggested a few settings...
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Let's talk about this week's new Warzone Audio Update. | © Activision

Raven Software has introduced a new Warzone update to fix problems with the frequency and volume of the Numbers Event audio. Whilst they have not released any official patch notes, this fix should do wonders for those who've had trouble with the audio over the last week or so.

New Warzone Audio Update

Raven Software have adjusted the frequency and volume level of the Numbers Event Audio in Warzone. In a rather cheerful Tweet, Raven Software went as far as to claim, "Even through all the noise, we heard you loud and clear! The feedback is appreciated." Isn't that just lovely? Thank you, Raven Software, for being so on top of things. We really appreciate this fix!

What Warzone Audio Settings Should You Choose After the Update?

According to Raven Software, players who have hearing, vision, and cognitive overload disability should enable sound alerts for new messages and customize how long the text chat HUD stays on the screen. They listed a number of possible settings, and made some recommendations in the below tweet.

Text chat behavior in particular is an important feature for those who have a hearing disability, as it can be very difficult to communicate with your teammates if you cannot speak or listen to the game's audio. There are five different chat behavior settings that you can choose from:

  • Off: The text chat will never show on the HUD for new messages.
  • Default: When new messages are received, the text chat will stay on screen for 3 seconds.
  • Medium: When new messages are received, the text chat will stay on screen for 15 seconds.
  • Long: When new messages are received, the text chat will stay on screen for 30 seconds.
  • Extended: When new messages are received, the text chat will stay on screen for 60 seconds.

In addition to chat behavior, there are also sound alert options to try out. You can refer to the Tweet for those details, but they should help you figure out what's best for you when playing Warzone. We hope that Raven Software's advice, following today's update, helps you out. If you need more advice, don't forget to check out our Warzone Guides, and reach out to us on social media.

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