Video game players nowadays expect basic messaging capabilities in nearly every game they play. Because text-based communication requires less frequency band than audio or video communication, it is ideal for quick conversations between international players. You can also get creative with the design of your communication interface to increase the feeling of connection that your players have in your game
● In-Game Overlay Chat enables users to send and receive chat, view events in your action feed and see your online presence as well as audience number if you live cast directly over any game you are recording.
● While playing, Sidebar Chat allows the user to hide or show the in-game chat window.
Text-based chat allows players to communicate by typing texts, reacting to one another with emojis and GIFs, sharing files such as screenshots of their high scores and creating custom channels to communicate with specific users and groups. While text-based in-game chat is a staple of modern gaming experience, you can still set it apart from the crowd by creating customized it to be a feature-rich interface that is easy for video game players to use while playing and keeps them engaged with others.
● Message Reactions allows you to "react" to specific messages in a chat. Likes, comments, loves and so on are common examples. Because reactions can be personalised, you can choose any type of response that your application requires.
● GIFs allow the players to try comparing their emotional responses to famous 1 second cultural references.
● Chat Channels use synchronisation transfer of data to send the messages out of each individual to a particular channel. That channel can handle a lot of users and screen messages in real time and specifies the configuration settings and authorizations.
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