Season 6 of Warzone is in full swing, and Raven Software is doing everything it can to keep the weapon arsenal balanced. With plenty of updates and changes being done all across the board, the Warzone developer has implemented a new feature that enables players to customise their head-up display (HUD) even further.
Brought into the game with the October 18th patch, the new quality-of-life (QOL) setting that enables players to customise various elements of the Killfeed in order to suit it to their liking
Warzone Killfeed QOL Setting
Raven Software took to Twitter to showcase the new options that players can change, which include the time it takes for the Killfeed to disappear once a kill has been scored.
While this setting isn’t entirely innovative, it’s highly useful to further alleviate the chaos of the battle. The tough squad fights or multiple opponents surrounding you can lead to hectic situations and keeping track of the killfeed might prove to be a harder task than it is. This feature allows the killfeed notification time to be tweaked according to the needs of players.
The feature can also turn off the killfeed, cleaning up the HUD even further, and improving visibility during a match. For the players drifting around the map and racking up high kills, this feature can come in handy to help see more of the game and clear up the clutter the killfeed can cause.
This change comes in as an expected surprise for most players but nonetheless, it is a welcomed one. For more Warzone intel, find everything you need to know about The Haunting in our dedicated hub!