Just five months after it was first released, Battlefield 2042 Finally getting a basic – and often requested – feature: In-game voice chat. The ability to talk to teammates in the massive team-based first-person shooter will be added in the game’s 4.0 update, which is set to launch on April 19.
Update 4.0 for # Battlefield2042 will go live on all platforms tomorrow (April 19) at 08:00 UTC ✅
This is an update with no downtime so feel free to join and play once you download it
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In-game voice chat (also known as VOIP) will work for anyone on a team or in a team. Like previous Battlefield titles, the game won’t be an open channel for every player on a team, which makes even more sense as teams can have up to 64 players. Players will be able to adjust in-game voice chat settings from the Sound/Voice submenu on the game’s preferences screen.
Along with the in-game voice chat feature, developer Dice is also tweaking some Battlefield 2042weapon attachments. These changes focus on making the difference of each attachment on a weapon “more unique and noticeable”. For example, some game optical attachments will have a lower aiming speed while their magnification is increased.
Dice is also adapting one of the Battlefield 2042the most popular means with update tomorrow. Anyone playing this game has probably been killed by someone a disproportionate number of times in the M5C Bolte. Fast vehicles are capable of destroying entire squads with their turrets, and can even pose a threat to other larger vehicles with the right accessories. Tomorrow’s update will reduce the vehicle’s power, make it easier for its driver and passengers to shoot, and greatly reduce the damage its rocket launcher attachment does.