Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 implemented proximity chat, a longstanding feature that was dramatically altered by voice chat. Formerly available only on multiplayer maps, proximity chat allows players to communicate with their teammates.
The proximity chat feature in Warzone 2 is just one of many new features available in both Battle Royale mode and DMZ mode. The number and success rate of chats in this game vary depending on the distance between players – so keep your allies close. Additionally, if your enemies are nearby, you can hear their words as well.
Continue reading further to know how to disable proximity chat in Warzone 2.
How to Disable Proximity Chat in Warzone 2?
In proximity chat, the way sounds travel from one place to another is simulated, so that you can communicate in a realistic way. If you speak louder when someone is close to you, they’re more likely to hear what you say; on the other hand, if an enemy comes too close, they may overhear conversations that aren’t meant for them to hear.
To disable proximity chat in Warzone 2,
- Launch the game.
- Now go to the Settings tab and open it.
- Select the Audio option.
- Now scroll down to the proximity chat option.
- Turn it Off.
This concludes our guide on disabling the proximity chat in Warzone 2. We will update our guide as soon as we get any information regarding this. To stay up to date with all the information about the game, be sure to check our other guides.