With the proliferation of online multiplayer games, two things are happening: the first one is that now hardly one plays on the street, nobody even goes to their friend's house for a game, and secondly, now everyone needs to communicate whilst playing in order to be able to organize their games. This becomes even more important in the case of online multiplayer shooters, which are usually played in teams, and it's crucial to know what your teammates are going to do at each moment. And although each title usually comes along with an integrated chat tool, there are other alternatives that offer you new possibilities.
Control all your gaming group chats from a single client.
Discord comes along as a messaging and audio application specialized in covering the needs of any gamer. You can send text messages or audios to your contacts from your iPhone or to any other participant as the app is multi-platform and is also available for Android. You can also make video calls, just in case you want to see your rivals face to face, especially when you've just given them a headshot.
- Audio and text messaging in real-time.
- You can also share emojis, GIFs or funny videos.
- Create group channels or hold private conversations.
- Easily invite friends by means of a link.
- Sort the channels into categories.
- Manage the permissions of the chat's participants.
- Perfect for those moments when you're away from your keyboard but still playing.
Install the app, invite a few friends to use it, and start a game of the best title at present knowing that you're perfectly communicated so you can even play pranks on the rest of the participants.