Why do people get so pissed off at hearing a voice in the game? I'm not yelling. I'm not being offensive. I'm not on to loud. I just like to talk to people. I was talking to a guy today about zombies wile I was healing a group of NC taking a base from the TR. I was doing my job, doing it well. Then some guy literally yells about how he's been trying to get away from me and complains. I'm in an outfit last 2 or 3 days and in their Teamspeak channel they talk about how the game is better with ingame chat turned off. First off, How is a random (Mostly lone wolf type) going to tell the tank next to him that theres a Sunderer behind the building at point B so that he can go over there, kill it, and get pretty much free XP? Not to mention turn the battle in our favor. If that guy had his proxy chat off we could have lost that base. My question here is, what is the psychology behind people getting pissed off at other people talking to one another in the game? I thought people joined MMOs to play in a community. What is the deal here? Granted, I have run into some players that are to loud, obnoxious, or just down right trolling. In those cases I find it acceptable to mute them, but someone yelling at me for talking about how the TR tanks seem easier to hit from the air with a lib cuz they are fat tanks, to a buddy... Whats your problem? Is it that PC people are to used to games where non-voice chat is the only way to communicate, and they are not used to it? Really I am just guessing here.