How To Disable Voice Chat in League of Legends?

Online multiplayer games like League of Legends thrive on coordination and communication from the starting minutes of the game to the end moments. 

The most convenient and quick way of communication can be the in-game voice chat feature but it doesn’t take long for it to become annoying. Let’s find out how you can disable voice chat in League of Legends if it’s not the right fit of communication for you.

You can disable voice chat by either muting a specific player once you are in a party or a game or you can disable the voice chat altogether from the League of Legends client. 

There are numerous methods with which you can do this, we have mentioned all of them in detail below.

Using the Client

You can use the client settings to disable voice chat completely and won’t let you join the voice chats entirely before starting a game. 

This form of disabling is recommended if you have to do nothing with voice chat at all. 

Use the following steps to disable the chat:

  1.  Open the League of Legends Client
  2.  Go to settingsSelect the tab titled ‘Voice’ 
  3. Untick the “Join Voice Channel Automatically” option.
  4. Click done to save the changes.

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Manually Disabling Voice Chat Through in the Party

If you don’t wish to disable voice chat permanently or for a long time but you still play with some players with whom you’ll be more comfortable if you don’t listen to them. 

You disable voice chat specifically for them when you are in a party with them.

Use the following steps:

  1. Join the party or invite them to yours
  2. Click the microphone icon on the bottom right 
  3. Click the speaker icon adjacent to the player’s name to mute them specifically 
  4. Press the telephone icon a the bottom of the voice chat menu to leave the voice channel completely 

Disabling Voice Chat In-game

How many times have you dealt with a teammate who started off cool and smooth but as the game progresses they become toxic and abusive due to the enemy team ganking on them or they are playing against an annoying champion or maybe they are not being toxic and you just want to focus on the game. 

Whatever the reason may be for their outburst, you can always mute them in-game by following almost the same steps as discussed earlier in the party voice chat section.

Follow these steps:

  1. Click on the microphone icon on the left side of your map.
  2. Click the speaker icon adjacent to the player’s name to mute them specifically. 
  3. Click the speaker icon adjacent to the player’s name to mute them specifically.
  4. Press the telephone icon a the bottom of the in-game voice chat menu to leave the voice channel completely.

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How To Mute Yourself 

League of Legends client allows you to automatically unjoin the voice channel in the game as we discussed earlier, just like that it also has the option of allowing you to join the game automatically muted. This can be a pretty convenient method, you just need to follow these steps below.

  1. Open the League of Legends Client.
  2. Go to settings.
  3. Select the tab titled ‘Voice’.
  4. Tick the “Mute me When I connect League Voice” option.
  5. Click done to save these changes.

You can mute yourself in-game by clicking the microphone right next to the map, you’ll see another microphone option next to your name, click it and you’ll be muted in-game.

Importance of Voice Chat in League of Legends

We can go all day talking about how toxic, annoying, and enraging the voice chat of League can be but we can’t deny its benefits. 

Voice chats play a vital role in multiplayer team games, there are famous dedicated apps designed just for this purpose, like discord. 

In games like League of Legends when coordination can be the difference bet a loss and a win, the quality of the game-play will always pivot around vocal communication.

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