Some emotes should be just fine.Why would you want to chat with your opponent anyways?you have to concentrate on the game....Strollin;n7028500 said:Why is everyone worried about chats ruining the game? Mobas have that too and it doesnt ruin the game there either, especially at higher ranks (and their community is usually even more toxic). Would be really nice if I was able to discuss with my opponent about the strategies/tactics and maybe even give newer player some advices :C
I was talking about postmatch discussion. Some sort of a lobby after the match, for in the match I agree emotes only should be fineKeyStance;n7028920 said:Some emotes should be just fine.Why would you want to chat with your opponent anyways?you have to concentrate on the game....
Why would it ruin the game? Are there really that many toxic players out there that cant stand a single defeat? I mean if you are that pissed about the match you just had why dont you just instantly leave the chat lobby after the game then? Nobody will force you to stay there if you feel like the game was uneven or you were generally just too frustrated to stayLytha;n7029170 said:Absolutely no.
Text chat and emotes would already be too much. Now imagine the rage trolling via voice chat. It would ruin the game.
That's exactly how I feel. I've already openend several threads about that but apparently 80% of people would get even more salty with that so I guess we wont see something like that in the futureLeij;n7043380 said:I hope you guys like this idea and pick it up in some form or another. Playing Gwent does feel a little bit lonely from time to time, and being able to let people know I see what they did there and that I respect their play would make the game way more enjoyable in my opinion.
Strollin;n7046210 said:That's exactly how I feel. I've already openend several threads about that but apparently 80% of people would get even more salty with that so I guess we wont see something like that in the future
Well there are plenty of things that Gwent does different than Hearthstone so it wouldnt be the first timedarklord23;n7046450 said:Yeah, I will also like to be able to chat with my opponent, if I will be able to block anybody who gets to salty. But Hearthstone does not have it, so I doubt that Gwent will have. And seeing how tilted are some people on this forums about GG button, it is probably not good idea.
That makes you one. And like I said if you dont want to see what those people have to say just instantly leave... They cant type that fast anyway and I personally have many matches where I would like to talk with my opponent especially if its a new player to give him some tips and strategies. I dont see the problem in this if both sides profit from it...Lytha;n7086520 said:I still vote "no", because I have a very good idea what "no GG" people would like to tell me, and I can live VERY well without that.