Dr Disrespect has identified a major flaw players are unaware of, which he hopes the update will correct.
Dr Disrespect, a popular streamer, has always been open about his views on Warzone 2, claiming that it caters to "brainless gamers" and that Respawn Entertainment's Apex Legends is a better title.
Season 2 is expected to undergo significant changes, and while Dr Disrespect has been skeptical about the update's ability to save the game, he wants it to resolve a serious issue that nobody is really talking about.
The Doc collaborated with ZLaner in Warzone 2 and revealed a few things that he's currently dissatisfied with, including the Operator's voice while healing.
"You know what people don't mention that I think should be part of a patch?" Dr Disrespect added. "Toning down the amount of volume when I get a little bit of damage."
The sound of his healing up should be reduced by 80 to 90%, according to him. His intention is that this change will reduce his recovery time.
Dr Disrespect concluded, "It lasts for far too long. It's loud and it lasts forever." Since this isn't a topic that's being discussed extensively among the Warzone 2 community, it remains to be seen whether the developers will address it.
Season 2 will bring audio changes in response to feedback from the Warzone 2 community, so it's entirely possible that this will be changed up in a future update.
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