Duty calls: Warzone has been facing sharp sound issues for some time, and Dr Disrespect has weighed in on the matter by comparing how much better it is in Battlestate’s Escape from Tarkov.
Many different streamers have chimed in to share their thoughts on Escape From Tarkov. The multiplayer shooter has faced varying degrees of popularity over the past year with promotions from players such as xQc and Shroud.
YouTube streamer Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV, better known as Dr Disrespect, played Escape From Tarkov several times in front of his fans. Although it is not the game he spends the most time on, he still has strong opinions about it.
A feature in EFT impressed him so much that he stated that Call of Duty: Warzone should take some notes from Battlestate̵
Dr Disrespect on audio issues from Warzone
Dr Disrespect has been playing Warzone for so long that the game has become a big part of Champions Club streams. Despite this, he does not consider it perfect, and he expressed his dissatisfaction with the game’s sound problems in a recent stream.
Ever since the integration with Black Ops Cold War, we’ve seen a lot of new content coming to Warzone through some updates. Despite this, the Battle Royale title is still plagued by sharp sound issues.
The streamer played Warzone in front of his fans on January 11, and then complained that the game’s sound was so bad that it made it difficult for him to tell where his enemies were. They sounded like they were much further away than they actually were.
He said: “A game like Escape from Tarkov, a game that has perfect sound, blows the sound of this game out by 500% – trust me.
“Trust me, every real player will say the same thing. It blows out this sound by the thousands, but the reason is that it caters to (competitive players). You hear something in the distance, a shot, footsteps, you hear it! ”
The discussion starts at 1:12:48 in the video below.
This is an issue that has also caused problems for players in other Battle Royale titles such as Fortnite and Apex Legends. Dr Disrespect has also called these games for the same reason, and it is understandable why he feels that way.
He has not given as much dedication to Escape From Tarkov as he does Warzone, but still he has the title quite a bit. The game definitely has certain qualities that he thinks Activision should notice, such as the clear sound.
The streamer has also offered other tips to improve Warzone in the past, such as changes to the Gulags. He’s enough of a pro that it’s worth listening to his advice, and hopefully the developers will soon release a solution to this problem.
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