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Call of Duty Warzone 2.0's proximity chat is a game changer


Last night's launch of Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 came with a small but mighty feature addition that has changed the gameplay dynamic between players.

Proximity chat allows players from different squads to talk to each other when they are close by.

The result has been a barrage of clips capturing these conversations, some of which are predictable moments of trash talk, while others are surprisingly wholesome.

Here's one that's a little spooky.

A lot of them are just some good old fashioned trash talk.

What's a road trip in a war zone without some music?

The next clip is on the wholesome side. I won't spoil it.

And this final clip perfectly encapsulates the state of the game.

If you're itching to get into Warzone 2.0, be sure to check out our article on how to download it, as it's all a little finicky. You can also have a read of my thoughts on the game's user interface (spoilers, I don't like it) and Activision decision to integrate it with Modern Warfare 2.