Destruction AllStars has all the bells and whistles you would expect from a modern multiplayer game: customizable player profiles, multiple currencies, and super-fast matchmaking. However, he commits a cardinal sin: there is no universal option to turn off voice chat. With the DualSense controller that comes with a built-in microphone, you can imagine the chaos.
First, if you don’t know, there is A way to mute your voice opponents on a match-by-match basis: press the playstation button while in a lobby, scroll to the voice chat activity card, and press the square button. It’s not a particularly fancy fix – you’ll have to repeat this for every match you play – but it’ll save you a headache if you’re going through the hassle.
We’re sure this is something Lucid Games will take a look at, and hopefully they can incorporate an option for those who want to turn the feature off. Obviously, it would be nice if we all lived in a world where strangers could meet and communicate calmly with each other – but hey, we all know that’s not the case, right?