Engadget post time: April 23, 2013 at 01:26AM
Dedicated gamers are very familiar with loading chat apps like Teamspeak or Ventrilo to coordinate their multiplayer sessions, but such software usually sits in the background — it’s hard to tell who’s speaking without switching apps and losing focus. Razer’s new Comms open beta may just give players a chance to stay in touch without those rude interruptions. The Windows app provides the obligatory home for group voice and text chat, but its real standout is an on-screen game overlay that will keep the conversation going, either with a full window or a minimalist ticker that shows who’s speaking. Razer’s war on lag persists here, as well: Comms’ servers reportedly minimize delays and hiccups in the heat of battle. Not everyone will need the beta when many games already have chat baked in. Those that want a more consistent experience, however, can give Comms a spin today.
Reference source: Engadget