Play just about any major competitive online game long enough and you’re bound to run into some toxic players saying offensive things in voice or text chat. activity is do something more to take on these idiots with more in-depth moderation tools Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty Warzone 2.0.
If they confirm that a player has participated in a toxic voice or text chat, game moderation teams now have the option to mute that person in all chat channels. While their comments may not warrant a total ban, players who abuse in-game chat could be silenced. Activision will continue to rely on users to report disruptive players through in-game reports. Riot Games, on the other hand, has started proactive monitoring Brave Toxicity voice chat.
Before they start playing Modern Warfare II or Warzone 2.0, players must read and accept a code of conduct. This includes confirming that they will not engage in bullying or harassment and will not make bigoted comments.
This article was previously published on Source link