Content Warning Patch Notes and Details for 1.7.a Update
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Content Warning Patch Notes and Details for 1.7.a Update

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

If you're a fan of the silly horror game Content Warning, you'll be excited to hear that just two days after its release, the developers have already rolled out a significant content patch. The Content Warning 1.7.a update, which went live on Steam on April 3, brings with it a range of new items and crucial bug fixes to enhance your gaming experience.

What's Included in the Patch?

Let's take a closer look at the official patch notes for the Content Warning 1.7.a update:

  • Added new item “Reporter Mic”
  • Added new item “Sounds Player”
  • Added a projector in the garden
  • Adjusted prices of emotes
  • Added inverted mouse setting
  • Fixed disk being able to be duplicated if you picked it up at the same time
  • Decreased hard drive usage for recordings

These additions and fixes aim to not only introduce exciting new content to the game but also address existing issues to provide a smoother gameplay experience for players.

One of the standout new items introduced in the 1.7.a update is the Reporter Mic. This microphone allows players to amplify their voices during recordings, eliminating the need to be in close proximity to other players to capture their dialogue effectively. Additionally, the Sounds Player device comes loaded with a variety of fun sounds that players can incorporate into their recordings, adding an extra layer of creativity to the game.

In the virtual garden area within the game, players will now find a projector that can be used to showcase different images and graphics, providing a tool for capturing unique scenes for their recordings.

Aside from the new items, the patch also brings several quality of life improvements and balance changes. Emote prices have been adjusted to make them more affordable for players, while a new inverted mouse setting caters to those with specific preferences for their controls.

Furthermore, a significant bug that allowed duplicated disk copies when multiple players interacted with it simultaneously has been resolved. Now, only one player can pick up the disk, preventing any unintended duplications.

Lastly, improvements have been made to reduce the file size and overall disk usage when saving recordings, ensuring that players can store more videos without taking up excessive hard drive space.


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