Call of Duty Warzone is getting “Inverted Flash” in upcoming update
In the upcoming Warzone update, the developers at Raven Software and BeenoxCODPC are introducing a new feature called Inverted Flash. This feature aims to provide a more realistic and immersive experience for players, as well as address accessibility concerns related to the traditional flashbang grenade effect.
The Inverted Flash effect will replace the standard whiteout caused by flash grenades with a blackout effect, followed by a gradual restoration of the screen image. This change is designed to give players a better chance of reacting and defending themselves against enemies that use flash grenades while also reducing the potential for disorientation or discomfort experienced by some players due to the sudden and intense whiteout effect.
In a Twitter exchange between Raven Software and BeenoxCODPC, a short video showcased the new Inverted Flash feature. Players can enable or disable this feature by navigating to the Interface options within the game settings once the update drops.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) March 14, 2023
This update shows that the developers are actively listening to player feedback and working to create a more inclusive gaming environment for all players, considering various preferences and accessibility requirements. It will be interesting to see how this new feature impacts gameplay and player experiences in Warzone moving forward. Until tomorrow, see you around!
They are not listening to anybody. We want at least one shot to the head down snipers and crossbow that is one shot down. That would be a good start.