Shortly after receiving crossplay support, Destiny 2 now has crossplay voice chat support across all platforms.
The 3.3.01. update for Destiny 2 was released last night (September 3) and allows players to talk to their friends regardless of what platform they are all playing the game on.
It’s a small but significant change for players keen to buddy up with others across different systems, although it’s not perfect just yet. As spotted by PCGamer, the functionality is a little temperamental for Xbox owners. Some Xbox players have found that they can still hear anyone even if their chat settings are set to just friends. Muting a player in Fireteam chat doesn’t seem to fix the issue.
Besides that problem, most players should be fairly satisfied with the Destiny 2 crossplay and cross voice chat update. While competitive mode matchmaking continues to separate console and PC players to keep things fair, non-competitive modes are open to all unless the player chooses to switch off crossplay. Clans can also be cross-platform too.
Its new anti-cheat tech has also been found to potentially impact the performance of the game. In lighter Destiny 2 news, a player has achieved the highest ever DPS with a particularly brutal hammer throw.
We’ve also been finding out more about the new Destiny 2 expansion pack, The Witch Queen, which will offer craftable weapons and a new ‘Legendary’ difficulty level. It launches on February 22, 2022.