Voice chat gives you the opportunity to communicate with others using a microphone or headset rather than having to type when you’re online.
Setup is as easy as plugging in a microphone and clicking the button on the top right corner of a chat session. You can also change settings by clicking the Blizzard icon on the top left of the Blizzard Battle.net desktop app, selecting Settings from the dropdown, and clicking the Voice Chat option on the left.
To set up autochat, click “Setup your autochat”, then type in the desired phrase you wish to autochat. After the message is entered, the game will begin to chat automatically. There is then a new option to “Pause autochat”. When clicked, it will Pause the autochat, and an option to “Resume autochat” will be added.
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Make sure to have a space after the p, and some text. It should set you back to public chat (or at the very least allow you to send text to public chat), however it appears not to work for everyone, and some may still say (clan) after your name, which may be a graphical glitch at this point in time.
to have a quick chat: to talk briefly, to have a short conversation. idiom. I had a quick chat with Luna in the hallway, but not for very long as I had to go to the bathroom. a chat: a talk, a gossip, an informal conversation.
Diablo III will be one of the first games to make use of Nintendo Online’s app for voice chat. Players will have to have the Nintendo Online app downloaded on their smartphones in order to utilize the voice chat feature.
In response to the ongoing backlash about Diablo 2 Resurrected’s lack of ladder system, in-game voice chat and lobbies, Executive Producer Rob Fergusson has spoken out.
Diablo 3 does not support in game voice chat. Popular solutions include: Mumble, Ventrillo, Skype, and Teamspeak. All the solutions above sans Skype require a central server for you and your friends to connect to. These typically cost money(there are some free servers that allow you to create a channel for your group).