WoT Blitz – Update 3.6 – Changes to the Battle Chat

Coordination between allies is extremely important for successful teamwork, which is why World of Tanks Blitz features the battle chat and quick commands menu. Unfortunately, the chat is frequently used inappropriately: damaged allies might disclose your position to the enemy, and the enemy can distract you with taunts or worse. To save you from all this, the following changes will be applied in Update 3.6:

  • The chat between enemy teams will be disabled.
  • Communication with allies will only be available while your vehicle is not destroyed.
  • Platoon chat will remain unchanged: you will be able to send messages to your platoon mate even after your vehicle is destroyed.

The changes will be applied to Random Battles and tournaments. Chat settings will not be changed for training rooms.

We wish you exciting battles and outstanding victories!

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7 thoughts on “WoT Blitz – Update 3.6 – Changes to the Battle Chat

  1. Oh good another reason to never try WoT Blitz. Bad enough that the no-chat cancer took root in WoT and ruined it, now it’s spreading to other Wargaming titles.

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    1. Too bad, now you won’t be able to chat rage and insult people on the enemy team.
      I have jet to find a cross team chat where people don’t use it only for spam, insults and racist jokes.

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        1. So which one is it ?
          In every single competitive game with cross team chat there will be insults thrown around or some dumb jokes nobody wants to hear (also “hi” at the beginning)

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  2. Because insults and misinformation were not a crucial part in actual wars ever.
    Because there is no cheating, ganking or hacking that should be pointed to.

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