Ahead of Warzone 2.0’s launch, you console players need to mute your mics

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With Warzone 2.0 launching tomorrow, community members have flooded online to urge others to turn their mic off, as the sound of crying babies, deep breathing, and arguing with loved ones is worsening the experience.

This is a complaint largely aimed towards console players. As the PC community is largely used to push-to-talk and the issues around a hot mic, it’s those on consoles, specifically the PS5 strangely enough, who appear to be the biggest source of guilty…

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