Riot Games will begin testing a new technology of voice chat monitoring in Valorant next month, as part of a broader strategy to combat “toxic behavior” in its games.
In a blog post, Riot announced that his voice evaluation system – intended to identify player behavioral violations, such as the use of offensive language – will begin testing on 13 July.
The technology will analyze the voice chat of Valorant players, but will not assess its adequacy at this stage. Riot stated that this test periodwhich will take place only in North America and in English, will serve “to train our language models and evolve the technology and make it suitable for beta launch later this year.”
Only when the technology works effectively will Riot release the official beta version and will begin to evaluate the voice chat of the players following reports of disturbing behavior. “This is brand new technology and there will certainly be problems initially,” Riot said. “But the promise of a safer and more inclusive environment for all who choose to play is worth it.”
Riot has specified that it intends, in the future, to apply this technology also to his other gamessuch as League of Legends.
Finally, we remind you that the Split map was recently removed, that’s why.
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