Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s proximity chat will definitely be the best feature added to this new iteration of the free to play battle royale based on the videos circulating. Call of Duty is a fierce, competitive, multiplayer game. If players were in the golden age of Call of Duty (On Xbox 360 and PS3, they should go for games chat and talk to other players. This resulted in much toxicity that people are now utterly nostalgic for. People saw it funny to trash other people. Due to the rise of cross-play, many used game chat again and again, resulting in a little extra play.

Warzone 2 adds proximity chat, so players who are close to you can hear you, regardless of whether they’re in your squad. You can hear a man in a house, but you will find out in it. On paper, it would probably make sure that you’re really careful about your communication with your alms, so that your enemies don’t know what you plan to do or where you are. No matter how big, the streamers are, however, using it for chaos. In one clip, a player, CouRageJD and TimTheTatman, lured him to join their squad, then detain him once they got his guard down. I think that this will be good for trolling but maybe just a psychological warfare.

Proximity is excellent. is a great example.

CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) November 16, 2022

Warzone Proximity Chat is WILD

FaZe Clan (@FaZeClan) November 16, 2022

Liam | Wolves (@LiamTWiiN) November 16, 2022.

I love proximity voice conversation in MWII warzone.

MartinPlaysOnline (@MartinPlays115) November 16, 2022.

Even though some players probably won’t do it to snuff out other players, you could create real unique situations that weren’t possible. You could call an enemy squad and create an alliance Hunger Games-style, ask those in the final circle to shoot down their weapons and fight against the opponent until it’s one squad standing, etc. There are lots of opportunities, and it’ll definitely give up the game.

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