ROCKET LEAGUE: VOICE CHAT RETURNS Without THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE
Voice chat is making a comeback in Rocket League, allowing players to chat directly in-game without third-party software.
After many months, Psyonix announced the return of a flagship feature, which could prove to be very useful: voice chat. With the update scheduled for May 10, players will once again be able to exchange verbally with their partner directly in-game. It will no longer be necessary to go through another application, such as Discord. To learn all about how it works, the developers have explained the details of this feature.
RETURN OF VOICE CHAT ON ROCKET LEAGUE
In the future, voice chat will be enabled by default on Rocket League. Just plug in your headset to hear and talk to your teammates. However, several parameters can be adjusted to avoid a particular crowd or stay only with friends. Here are the different modes:
- Group voice chat → Allows you to speak only with your group. Possible to communicate during the matches, but also in the menus.
- Team Voice Chat → Allows you to talk with all teammates throughout the game. The connection will be terminated once it is terminated.
In addition, it will be possible to choose between push-to-talk or automatic detection mode. If you opt for push-to-talk so that other group members or teams only hear you when you want to, you will need to configure a key. Finally, be aware that it can mute any player by blocking him. You can also choose not to use voice chat.
The whole thing arrives this May 10, through an update. Of course, Psyonix asks its community to show respect to other Rocket League users.