Build a vibrant player community
Over half of multiplayer gamers want to chat with their teammates. Voice and Text Chat (Vivox) enables better cooperative and competitive multiplayer experiences by letting your players communicate.
Bring chat to your game, no matter the engine
Whether your game is built on Unity, Unreal, or another game engine, you can integrate player communications in less than two days and scale to any number of players.
Unlock cross-play friendly communication
If your game supports cross-platform play, Voice and Text Chat (Vivox) lets your players talk in-game, no matter which platform they’re playing on.
Vivox pairs well with these services
Reliable, scalable hosting
Accelerate development and focus on making your game with support from experienced gaming specialists and an integrated matchmaker.
Quick, out-of-the-box matchmaking
Tailor matches to your players with rules-based matchmaking supported by game server hosting that delivers what matters most to players – low latency and fast matches.
Extensible networking foundation
Discover our first-party netcode solution and get your hands on the libraries, tutorials, and samples you need to start building your multiplayer title.
How Valorant connects player with Voice Chat (Vivox)
Read how a AAA studio with a massively popular game ensures reliable, immersive player communication.
How Standoff 2 improved retention rates with Vivox
Discover how Axlebolt Studio integrated Voice Chat from Vivox to gain a 63% increase in day 90 player retention.
In-game chat guide for developers
Learn the basics of in-game player communications through voice and text chat to plan for your next project.
Unity Multiplayer Report 2022
Get fresh data on the habits and interests of gamers so you can develop a better multiplayer gaming experience for your players.
Frequently asked questions about Voice and Text Chat (Vivox)
No, Vivox is engine agnostic, which means it can be used with Unity, Unreal, and other game engines. Vivox can also be integrated with custom engines using the Unity Core SDK.
Vivox works with all of the major platforms, including Xbox, PlayStation, PC, Android, and iOS, and more.
For indie developers, Vivox is free for up to 5,000 peak concurrent users (PCUs). For enterprise-tier development, please contact us for pricing or log into the dev portal.
Integration time varies depending on your infrastructure, but the average integration takes two days with the help of our documentation and SDKs.
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Yes. Vivox offers tools and features such as speech-to-text and text-to-speech technology to help developers comply with regulations, including the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA).