Voice Chat Comes to Gameloft’s Android Games Thanks to Verizon’s 4G LTE
Gameloft is partnering with Verizon Wireless to bring voice chat to the company’s Android games, which will help to deliver a better experience for multiplayer gaming. Voice chat through MMO games have been a long-standing feature of more powerful systems, like on standalone home gaming consoles and on computers, and it’s nice to see the feature make its way to mobile systems thanks to advancements in technology in recent years. Thanks to faster mobile broadband networks, like 4G LTE, and multi-core processors and high resolution displays, the gaming experience on mobile handsets is quickly improving.
The feature was shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show this year at the Qualcomm booth where Gameloft had demoed the racing game Asphalt 6 with a voice chat feature that supported three-person chat.
The feature is expected to come to more games and will be available to consumers later this year.
Via: Android and Me
08/09/2012 at 7:58 am
I been playing on line with friends and family doing voice chat trashing talking each other unreal tournanmen, asphalt black oops zombie, modern sandstorm plus more all on my android devices and want to know my secret, fine ill tell you, its call fourway calling while playing lol little cheesey but awesome, I even exchanged phone numbers with stranger witch is my own risk but much fun, its about time they intergrate voice to games, since our phone are quick as computer even faster then some and they have games u can play with voice. So its only fair. What gameloft and others should do is update their games and allow user to use WiFi or 4g to download and play online since 4g is almost or faster then WiFi. Looking forward for that in the near future.