I have been trying to do this for a while with no luck, as soon as I attach my mic to my headphones my mind just gets completely blank and I feel uncomfortable, I start to play poorly because I can't stop thinking about the mic and what to say
Your voice is retarded.
People on the internet are not your friends. They don't care about you. Accept it or don't use a mic.
no the people mad at me arent mad because of my voice, they get mad when i play the game right. eg: theyre camping in spawn with a tank doing nothing so i drive it to point and they start screaming at me and calling for mods
I fell you, I am an achivement hunter and I hate those multiplayer or co-op achivement the most simply because it forces me to communicate using mic
I hate them because I often play a game several years after launch so almost no one is even playing online anymore.
I'm something like that too. >>54396
What game is that? Sounds like Battlefield 1.
What are you even supposed to say on mic? It seems to me that 90% of the time anything said on mic is completely pointless, at least in the games that I play. I've been trying to use a mic and this is just the conclusion I've come to, I don't use a mic because I have nothing to say, if I was in person with the people I'm playing with I wouldn't have anything to say either. Mics are just purely for social leverage/gain, like if you have a mic you can get someone kicked out of a game/group way easier because normalfags trust these social niggers more.
crabs and succubi buy a mic so they can have e-sex on discord but some devs are aware of the normans and they added chat, pings and pre-recorded in game voice lines :) that way wizards won't have to talk to them
um, seems insanely obvious that you could use it to cooperate and organise attacks in team-based games, but im sure you know that and you're discounting that for some unstated reason
said you usually have stuff like pings and pre-recorded voice lines in most games these days, and it's worth noting both of these things cut through any sort of language barrier as well. Unless you are on some sort of pro-gaming esports team or trying to coach some noob/retard I don't see why you would ever need a microphone
i must be out of the loop since i havent played much online games at all since about 2010. e.g. halo 3 had no way to communicate other than voice.
i dont believe you that you can communicate well enough with voice lines and placing markers, especially while using all your fingers to competitively play the game
I tried playing the latest Halo Infinite a little. When i did ranked, i had people joining with microphone and shaming other players for not having them. im sensitive to that. i assume it would get worse at higher ranks. The non-ranked gametypes were terrible but maybe thats just a halo problem
Turn off other's microphones
All of that sounds so freaking obnoxious. I think I'll stick to single-player games.
use a voice changer or an eq to remove nasal or ugly frequencies
Silence is golden.