Blizzard has launched its voice chat service through its Battle.net desktop app.
Blizzard Voice has arrived! Be sure to update your Blizzard Launcher before trying to give it a go 🗣 pic.twitter.com/P3T2lEMVWM
— Blizzard Ent (@Blizzard_Ent) October 20, 2016
The new service allow folks to chat across all titles developed by Blizzard, and like third-party software such as TeamSpeak, Ventrilo Skype and others, outside of the games.
Once the user downloads the newest version of the app, a notice will let them know Voice Chat can be enabled. Users can create their own channel, and customization options for keybinding, etc. are available in the settings Mute key, and so on, according to Neowin.
If you have yet to download the Battle.net app, it makes things easier for you by allowing a one time log-in to access Blizzard games. You will then remain logged in for up to 30 days.
The app also provides the option to install auto updates directly by leaving the app running on the desktop.