Warzone 2.0’s affinity conversation is unexpected

If you've ever heard a heavy Long Island accent mock you in Warzone 2.0, it's me.

If you hear a heavy Long Island accent make fun of you Warzone 2.0It’s me.
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We just have Warzone 2.0 For a few hours, and it’s already clear that Close Chat is a brand new feature. today is A brand new battle royale from Call of duty It launched an hour or so earlier than plannedand there are plenty of new features to parse – a completely revamped inventory system, tag team gulags, and affinity chat aka toxicity in your vicinity.

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A video from FaZe Clan member ZooMaa shows just how powerful close chat can be as a way to weed out enemy squad members — and talking so much that they can get nervous and choked. “Come over here buddy, I hear you dude,” an enemy says during a ZooMaa broadcast. ZooMaa then slapped him talking to him, repeatedly asking him “Where are you?” before the two engage in a hilarious screaming/shooting match.

Of course famous Call of duty Streamer TimTheTatman has also already weighed in on the up close chat rhetoric, sharing a video of himself telling an enemy to “peep the head” before shooting him in the head and calling the new feature “content.”

It’s not clear how close you can start a close chat, and if the in-game chat is closed or the mic is muted, it won’t really matter. But when it gets to work, it’s clearly the kind of feature that’s only going to lead to more chaos, more screaming, and in many cases, more toxicity. Will this game make it unbearable to play against men? Can. Will I be equally annoying? defy.

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during my first post Warzone 2.0 Four-way match, and my teammates and I get a bonus contract and are given the enemy player position to take out, giving us a whole lot of cash. As we approached the location on our tac map, it became clear that the enemy, realizing the bounty on his head, had gone to the top of the tallest building in the area. As we were climbing it looking for him, his voice suddenly resounded in my headset, his name in the lower left corner of my yell.

“Get away from me!” He shouted, panic rising in his voice. I sang again “I’m Coming for You, Baby.” My team all started singing “We’re Coming for You” like ghosts of 19th century school kids until we kicked him out. His last words were “God damn it”.

It’s quite obvious within the first few hours of launch that Warzone 2.0Up close chatting will be a polarizing feature. For the marginalized to play Call of dutyIt could be another way for them to be the object of harassment. Fortunately, you can turn off Close Chat, Voice Chat, and Last Words Chat all on Warzone 2.0 Settings menu. However, if you’re anything like me, and have suffered 20 years of abuse from straight men in FPS titles, you’re welcome to join me in continuing the up close chat.

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