Warzone 2's proximity chat feature allows your voice to be broadcast to all nearby players, including enemies. It can be disabled if you prefer.
This feature offers a mix of realism and trolling potential, which can be useful in Warzone 2 battlefields for sending creepy messages to other players . However, we fully understand that some players prefer not to have to deal with this additional element. Also, constant, unfiltered online chatter may not always be fun.
In this sense, we will explain how Warzone 2's proximity chat feature works and how you can disable it if you prefer.
What is Warzone 2 Proximity Chat?
Proximity Chat is a feature that allows players to broadcast your voice to other nearby players in the game, including enemies . It's a polarizing feature that can add an element of realism and trolling to the game, but it can also be potentially dangerous if your enemies are eavesdropping on your communications.
In Warzone 2, this feature is available in both the Battle Royale mode and the new DMZ mode , but it is not implemented in the regular multiplayer mode of Modern Warfare. If you prefer not to use this feature, you can disable it in the game settings.
It is important to pay attention, to disable proximity chat in Warzone 2 , you must do this in the game settings before starting a match. Once a match has started, you cannot change this setting. Follow these steps to turn off proximity chat.
How to turn off proximity chat
If you prefer not to use proximity chat in Warzone 2 to communicate with other nearby players , you can disable it in the game settings . To do so, open the settings menu and select the Audio section. Then scroll down to the Voice Chat heading , where you can turn off proximity chat, as well as other voice chat options.
Please note that if you disable proximity chat, you will not be able to hear or be heard by any other player near you. This can be a disadvantage in certain game modes where assimilation is enabled and squads can unite, as you will not be able to negotiate a union with enemy operators you encounter.
A more useful option might be to enable "tap to talk" (if you're playing on a PC) or simply mute your own microphone , so you can listen to other players without revealing your own location. This way, you can avoid the inconvenience of not having proximity chat enabled while maintaining your own privacy and security in the game.
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