Warzone Numbers Event audio nerfed by Raven Software
The Numbers event has been a significant part of Warzone Season 5 Reloaded, with Raven Software making some adjustments to the event’s audio following community feedback.
Warzone Season 5 Reloaded brought a variety of things to the Call of Duty battle royale, including weapon buffs and nerfs, the new Sai weapon, and The Numbers event, which players could complete challenges in to earn rewards.
The focus of The Numbers event is mobile broadcast stations scattered around Verdansk that players must activate to earn rewards.
However, players have not been too impressed with The Numbers event, with one of the main complaints being the audio that players hear during it, as it has been very loud and distracting.
Looking to remedy this issue, Raven Software has pushed out a new update for Warzone to fix this issue for the community.
On September 29, 2021, the Warzone development studio took to its Twitter account.
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It announced that it had applied a new update that adjusted the column and the audio frequency that plays for The Numbers event.
While this loud and frequent audio from the Warzone The Numbers event has been going on ever since the event started, it will now be much less noisy and recurring for the remainder of the in-game event.
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The Warzone Numbers event is currently scheduled to end on October 6, 2021, so players will have a few more days to complete all of the event challenges without worrying about the event’s audio that was not a favorite among players recently.
There is no doubt that players will be able to focus much better going forward without having the audio from The Numbers event appear at the worst time when they are trying to win a battle on Verdansk.
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