Streamer Mode in games with the option available provides a unique set of settings to mask identity in-game.
While Warzone does have a Streamer Mode, stream sniping is still a major issue. Without actually hiding player names, the mode does little to help the biggest streamers.
During an April 5 interview with the Baka Bros, Warzone’s Senior Creative Director Ted Timmins was asked about the possibility of rolling Streamer Mode Plus out to all content creators. At the moment, only a handful of personalities have access to the feature, which many feel is “unfair.”
“I’ve been really happy with the response to the Streamer Mode plus…I loved the results we had,” he explained. “I think we were quite transparent that we’re rolling it out to a small group as a beta, it wasn’t supposed to be this exclusive club.”
“We made a ton of big changes, we wanted to get that feedback from a small group,” he continued. Timmins hinted during the interview that more players could get access very soon. This could be great news for creators who aren't in the beta group, who will look to try the setting soon.
“I’ll definitely take this one back to the group, it’s great to hear that you guys are seeing real results with the mode,” said Timmins. “Maybe there’s an opportunity here that we can start to consider rolling it out to a wider content creator group.”