Elden Ring: How To Enable Voice Chat

Elden Ring Voice Chat
Elden Ring Voice Chat

Elden Ring can be quite the isolating experience, so why not enlist some fellow Tarnished to help you out in co-op? You’ll need voice chat to scream at each other in panic as well, of course.

To enable voice chat in Elden Ring, go to System > Network and then switch Voice Chat to Allowed. When other players have been summoned to your game or you join theirs, you should now be able to hear each other crying about how unkind the Tree Sentinel is.

If voice chat isn’t working in Elden Ring, be sure to check the most common issues.

On PC, it could be that you have the wrong input, which can often be caused by a conflict between your headset mic and USB mic, if you use them. Search “manage input devices” from your start menu.

On PS5, don’t forget that the DualSense has a dedicated button to turn your mic on and off. If the light is on, you are muted.

On Xbox, you may have some setting on in your privacy settings that doesn’t allow you to talk with others. Be sure to double check that if you’re having issues with voice chat on Xbox.

And finally, if you’re just not able to do anything online on PlayStation or Xbox, bear in mind that you will need a respective PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live/Game Pass Ultimate subscription to play and communicate online.

Elden Ring is available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X & S, and Xbox One.

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