MW3 & Warzone Season 1 Reloaded arrived bringing a wide variety of bug fixes and updates attempting to improve the game. Despite the update having a rough start, players finally received audio changes following several complaints.
MW3 & Warzone Season 1 Reloaded has finally arrived bringing a handful of content and bug fixes that aim to enhance the game experience. Among these, players have been requesting audio changes for a long time, looking to improve their gameplay sessions.
Since the first iteration of Warzone, the game’s audio has been a hot topic as players always slammed its terrible performance. Luckily, the dev team introduced additional changes with the Season 1 Reloaded update that will hopefully help players enjoy the game.
The dev teams included a variety of audio improvements in the patch notes aimed at elevating the overall experience. These changes are essential for players as they significantly enhance their ability to navigate within MW3 and Warzone, providing them with a greater chance of survival.
While players have pointed out several audio issues in both titles, the devs addressed some long-awaited changes. These include enhancements to audio occlusion, Infil/Exfil airplane sound adjustments, and cinematic music modifications — ensuring it no longer interferes with gameplay channels.
Lastly, they have also “reduced the volume of friendly Slides, Jumps, and Lands,” helping players to distinguish between allies and enemies and steer clear of potential confusion during fights.
The impact of these changes on the game is yet to be determined. However, the CoD devs will persist in monitoring and refining the audio, as they have always done, to enhance the overall player experience.