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Despite watching several streams each week and playing the game daily, Raven’s Reed Shingledecker said he was unaware of anyone being bothered by sun lens flare until he came across complaints featured in a Dexerto article.
Having read the comments, Shingledecker sought further confirmation of the issues players have been experiencing and it appears the response was overwhelming.
“Looks like I know what I’m doing on Monday,” he tweeted later.
While happy to play his part in addressing VFX concerns, Shingledecker stressed he doesn’t have the power to change the entire lighting of the map. What he’s able to do “isn’t going to fix the majority of people’s issues” and feedback on lighting should be sent directly to Raven.
Raven has also said it is investigating an “issue” where players can be killed by vehicles being operated by their teammates, although some players have reacted favourably to the ability to do so, describing it as a realistic “feature”.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Season 3 Reloaded went live last week, bringing with it a host of new content as part of its ‘80s action heroes event featuring Rambo and Die Hard.
Warzone’s new points of interest include Die Hard’s Nakatomi Plaza, which is the tallest single structure in the game. It houses a vault containing stashes of cash, weapons and more that can be found in three safety deposit boxes which can be accessed by completing different side missions.
The full Warzone Season 3 Reloaded patch notes can be found here. Black Ops Cold War’s mid-season update patch notes also detail a major weapon tuning update alongside new multiplayer and Zombies content.