Riot Will Record Valorant Voice Chats in Order to Keep the Toxic Players Away From the Community!

We have some weird news for Valorant players coming up, Riot Games will start recording the in-game voice chats in Valorant in order to keep the toxic players away from the community. And you will not have a way to prevent Riot from recording your voice chat. The only option is not to voice chat in-game.

“We know disruptive behavior using our voice chat is a concern for a lot of players, and we’re committed to addressing it more effectively,” the developer said. “In order for us to take action against players who use voice comms to harass others, use hate speech, or otherwise disrupt your experience, we need to know what those players are saying.”

Almost everyone who played an online game can easily see how the online lobbies can get so toxic. They mostly have racism or profanity on their voice chats. Also, every woman gamer probably knows that how they treat women on online game voice chats.

During the game’s, pre-release beta, a Riot UX designer made a post on Twitter. The video showed people harassing her in a Valorant lobby. Valorant executive producer Anna Donlon replied to this Tweet and explained that they want to find “long-term solutions” to these toxic people in their community.

The recording policy will only be in Valorant for now but the new privacy policy allows Riot to do the same thing with League of Legends if they want to.

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