If you get your rocks off by talking tremendous amounts of toxic sh*t in games like Call of Duty, count your days. Xbox is launching a voice reporting feature to rid COD lobbies of the constant nuisance.
Spotted on The Verge, Xbox began rolling out its new reactive voice moderation feature to Xbox Insiders, allowing players to capture and submit 60-second audio clips of inappropriate voice chat messages that the Xbox safety team will review.
GM of Trust and Safety Kim Kunes said the feature would be Xbox’s next step in ensuring player safety in comments provided to the website.
Per The Verge:
“If a player experiences something in our community that they don’t like and they want to report that to us, they have a variety of different options for doing that,” Kunes said. “We do moderation proactively on text, on images, and videos, and launching reactive voice moderation is about that audio portion of it.”
This new feature was designed to be as minimally invasive as possible so players can capture and report offending clips without disrupting gameplay. If you hear something and want to report it, you can capture it in the moment, then submit your report later.
If you’re worrying…