How to use Discord on mobile to setup voice chat for playing online with your friends

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For many, gaming is a social hobby. Whether that’s teaming up in a multiplayer title like Call of Duty Mobile or simply having a chat while you both play something singleplayer, it’s good to natter with your pals while gaming.
Of course, the former is usually a lot more common since there are plenty of tactical advantages to using voice comms when playing any competitive multiplayer games. It becomes easier to coordinate your efforts and time ambushes in a MOBA or an FPS. Or, if you’re less strategically minded, scream “Did you see that?” whenever you outplay your opponent or pull off a headshot from across the map. Both are equally important.
Depending on the game you’re playing, it might already have a dedicated voice chat. But there are two main issues with using it. Firstly, if you only want to talk to people you know, then it’s not the most private option. Secondly, and most importantly, the audio quality is usually poor compared to what you can get from a dedicated platform, like Discord.
With Discord, you can create servers and dedicated channels depending on your needs. If you have a lot of friends spread across different games, it’s easy to create a server for each one. It’s not just voice chat that it offers either. You can also talk via text on each server, making it perfect for organising your next gaming session.
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