Call of Duty franchise is famous for the World War and Advanced Tech war based titles but after the rising of the Battle Royale genre, the series has also expanded its wing to give the players a taste of its way of Battle Royale. We saw Blackout as the first evert battle royale title from the franchise, which was well received by the players and came out as a commercial success for Activision. Now, with the increasing popularity of the BR titles, Call of Duty has is released its second Battle Royale titled called Warzone. The game serves as a part of Call of Duty Modern Warfare, and unlike Blackout, it is a free-to-play title you can play without Modern Warfare owned.
Warzone is now almost two days old and being played by millions of players over the world, but there is a small pile of troubles it is facing in debut, and that is errors, crashes, and some issues. Many players are having trouble because of various matchmaking errors, crashes, and now they have discovered another one. They have heard gunshots from far 300+m away very louder like a horde is fighting near them. Also, footsteps are not being registered correctly in the Battle Royale Mode.
A lengthy discussion is still going on a Reddit post in this matter. Check the post below:
Is it just me or are gunshots 300+ meters away louder than gunshots right next to me? from CODWarzone
Infinity Ward has already acknowledged the issues and working on it. We hope to see an update to fix the reported issues. For more updates, stay tuned.