April 24, 2013

Razer Comms Goes Open Beta

Razer has rolled out an open beta of its Razer Comms service, something it says is a one-stop-shop sort of communications solution for gamers around the world. Razer Comms initially started off as a closed beta, which supplied the company with feedback from those who were part of the program. Using that information, changes were made to the program, and now everyone can check them out.

Razer Comms is a free all-in-one communications solution for gamers, offering crystal clear VoIP and versatile instant messaging with group chat capabilities. Built with advanced in-game overlay functionality and cross-game chat support, Razer Comms allows you to get in touch with your friends without compromising your gameplay. This is how gamers were meant to communicate.


We built Razer Comms from the ground up purely for gaming. Complex audio algorithms and the ultra-fast server infrastructure give you the most precise, crisp and clear communication with no time-outs or lag spikes. Advanced software-based noise reduction and echo cancellation also ensure you hear all the orders and smack talk with absolute clarity.


Whether you want to chat with your friend, start a group discussion or join the voice chat channel with your teammates, Razer Comms allows you to do all of it in one single service combining the best of a VoIP Client, Instant Messenger and IRC-Chat.

Waste no time figuring out multiple apps or complicated server logins. With Razer Comms it’s just you, your friends, and your games, in one convenient location.


Say goodbye to Alt-Tab. The Razer Comms overlay technology integrates seamlessly with your game interface to allow you to chat or talk to your friends while staying in the game.

Chat messages will display in a news ticker format allowing you to quickly glance at incoming chat, while the VoiP overlay allows you to identify the speaker without interrupting your game. Additionally, groups can be set up by game title so you can easily find gamers to play your favourite game with.

Credits: SlashGear Razer
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