Proximity Chat is one of the greatest features added to Warzone 2.0 and DMZ. Here’s how to turn it On or Off.
Warzone 2.0 is out, and everyone is enjoying every bit of what it has to offer. The game has incredible visuals, a new map, a new game mode, and more. Additionally, Activision and Infinity Ward tried to fix everything they lacked in the first Warzone.
This latest incarnation of the previously successful Battle Royale from CoD added a new feature in the game called Proximity Chat. With this feature, you can communicate with anyone in Warzone 2.0 and DMZ within close range.
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How to Enable or Disable Proximity Chat
Proximity Chat can be a blessing if everyone plays by the rules because it can help you break through Gulag and win more DMZ matches by working with enemy teams. However, players can also abuse it by disrupting your ears, making inaudible noise, or constantly yelling. So, knowing how to Enable or Disable Proximity Chat is very important.
Here’s how you can turn Proximity Chat On or Off:
- Launch Warzone 2.0.
- Go to Settings.
- Find the Audio settings and click on it.
- Scroll down to Voice Chat.
- Find Proximity Chat and turn it On or Off. (The option is turned On by default)
- Make sure that your Voice Chat option is also turned On before the Proximity Chat feature can work properly.
- Exit Settings.
There you go! Now you can how to Enable or Disable Proximity Chat in Warzone 2.0. So, use this feature wisely to dominate Warzone 2.0 and DMZ. For more guides, tips, and tricks, visit our Call of Duty section.