Season 3 of Warzone marked a new era for the immensely popular battle royale. Modern-day Verdansk was destroyed and in its place launched a new iteration of the city set in 1984, complete with new points of interest and new secrets to discover.
One of the major changes to the game was the noticeably brighter palette of colours, much to the delight of players that had grown tired of the dark and dreary areas of modern-day Verdansk that had made it almost impossible to spot those pesky Roze skins.
Now Warzone has another problem. Some areas of the map when moving from inside to the outside are far too bright, which is causing some players to get headaches after playing for a short period of time.
Here's everything we know about Warzone's problematic lighting.
Warzone's Lighting Problem
Reddit user "NadxCH" was one of the first players to notice how significant the glare was after exiting a building.
The glare appears during the transition between entering an indoor space and exiting into the outdoors, and although the glare only lasts a few seconds, it has been giving players headaches after looking at the game for a few minutes.
Thankfully, developer Raven Software has confirmed that changes to the lighting are coming soon.
Details on how Raven will adjust the lighting weren't revealed, but it's certainly a positive to see the developer making changes to issues that are negatively impacting the experience for some players.
When Will It Be Fixed?
An exact date as to when changes will be implemented hasn't been revealed by Raven just yet, but considering the problem is causing health issues for some, it's likely that the lighting will be toned down in the not too distant future.