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How to Uncensor Valorant Chat and Turn Off the Language Filter

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Valorant is a great first-person shooter game when you have friends to play it with. In almost all online games, toxicity is a major issue and so many games tend to have enabled profanity filters. In Valorant, these types of filters limit words that are considered inappropriate by Riot Games. However, you can easily uncensored chat features and set up your filter lists so that you can hide bad words used by other players. In this guide, we will learn the process of how to uncensor Valorant chat and turn off the language filter.

Process to Uncensor Valorant Chat and Turn Off the Language Filter

Valorant has a large fan base under the age of 18 and so developers have various censors for offensive language and mature content. Let’s learn what is the process to uncensor Valorant chant and turn off the language filter.

1. Open up Valorant on any of your gaming devices

2. Go to the in-game settings

3. Under the General tab, scroll down to the Explicit Language Filter

4. That must be set ON by default. Here you need to click on the OFF option and uncensor your Valorant chat.

Once you turn off the Explicit Language Filter, you will be able to see everything written on your chat.

Besides, Valorant brings a new feature in which you can disable toxic chat. This feature allows what type of content you want to see or block.

That’s all for this guide on how to uncensor Valorant chat and turn off the language filter.

Also check – How to earn free Valorant Points (VPs) in Valorant.

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