The final issue to frustrate Call of Duty: Warzone 2 players is that names in proximity chat stay on screen, resulting in a blurry mess.
A player from Infinity Ward and Raven Software Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has discovered a new proximity chat bug that is sure to frustrate some fans of the highly successful, but very glitchy, Battle Royale game. The unusual bug with the free shooter’s proximity chat causes players’ names to remain on screen when they’ve finished speaking, leading to a fuzzy, indecipherable mess and serving as the latest example of the many glitches in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.
Released to much fanfare earlier this year following the success of 2020s Call of Duty: Warzonethe free game Call of Duty: Warzone 2 received a mixed reception from many gamers and critics. The addition of new features such as proximity chat and Escape from Tarkov– DMZ mode inspired in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 were praised by gamers for helping breathe new life into the franchise, but other gameplay changes and a seemingly endless series of gameplay issues were decidedly less popular with gamers. This latest bug affecting the game’s proximity chat is likely to annoy players who are already disappointed with the game’s seemingly unfinished state.
In a new post on the r/CODWarzone subreddit, user KennKennyKenKen shared a screenshot of an unusual bug he encountered with Call of Duty: Warzone 2proximity chat function. The screenshot shows the edge of the screen where player names are listed when talking using proximity chat but, instead of disappearing when a player finishes talking as expected, all names remain at screen superimposed. The end result of this frustrating bug is that it becomes impossible to see who is speaking as the names become increasingly blurry.
A helpful answer pointed out that players can temporarily fix the bug by disabling and then re-enabling Nearby Chat, with another user noting that the bug was a known issue being investigated at Call of Duty: Warzone 2from the Trello page. Many war zone 2 Gamers shared stories of experiencing the frustrating issue over the past few weeks, while other users lamented the current state of the game, calling out ongoing UI bugs and gameplay crashes.
With its rock-solid shooter, exciting new modes and active community of players, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has a lot to offer Battle Royale fans, but a seemingly endless stream of gameplay bugs has left a sour taste in some players’ mouths. Until Raven Software releases a new set of bug fixes, at least players can still have fun becoming an Uber driver in war zone 2.
Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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