Voice Chat Returns To Rocket League

Psyonix has brought back the voice chat system to Rocket League following an eight-month hiatus. Voice chat officially returned on May 9th after it had been removed in September due to the feature causing many players to experience lag and other in-game disruptions. Psyonix said that the system has improved and that players will no longer need to use third-party chats to communicate anymore, which had been the only feasible way to do so prior to this announcement.

“Voice chat is enabled by default, so players will only need to plug in a headset to be ready to chat,” Psyonix wrote in a blog post.

Two different voice channels are now available in the voice chat tab: a group chat and a team chat. Players can cycle between all channels from the main menu, or if need be, in the pause menu while in a match.

Open Mic is the default chat but can be changed in the settings menu to Push-to-Talk. Players also have the option to mute other players.

(All information was provided by Dot Esports)

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