'League Of Legends' Voice Chat System Being Reviewed By Riot Internally
League of Legends is without a doubt one of the most successful multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) titles of recent memory. Now, Riot is looking to provide some substantial upgrades. It is best described as a voice chat feature, which should give gameplay experience a boost.
According to Dot Esports, the studio is reportedly reviewing the aforementioned League of Legends feature internally. In fact, this has been detailed in a Q&A forum between the players and the team from Riot's Korea headquarters early this week.
It is worth noting that Riot did not entirely like the idea of a voice chat system. In fact, it did decide against it in the first place (exactly two years ago). However, it seems things are starting to go different, as the video game company is already considering it. This notion can be checked in a Reddit post, which is basically a translation from the company's branch in Korea.
As of this writing, it remains a mystery if whether or not the project will come to exist in League of Legends. However, since the studio is definitely reviewing it internally, it means that preparations have already started. It should be noted, however, that nothing has been deemed official yet.
Many believe that the arrival of this feature in League of Legends will give a huge boost to the game's overall gameplay experience. After all, this proved to be a useful system in other shooter games of today. It is understandable, though, that Riot has a lot of things to work on, too; hence, it is possible that the company is putting this project aside for a while.
Basically, the studio is said to be working on complaints from the League of Legends community. These include a systematic way of shutting down toxic players. Apparently, this is where the voice chat feature could do wonders.
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