How to Whisper in V Rising

Knowing how to whisper in V Rising can be very useful. It allows you to send a message to a specific person, and only they can see it. So, if you want to send a private note to somebody, hiding it from everyone else on the server, that’s the way to go. You can imagine how that can come in handy. So, let’s see how to whisper in V Rising, shall we?

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How to Whisper in V Rising

V Rising How to Whisper

To whisper in V Rising, you have to type the command /w (Nickname) in the chat, and then the rest of your message there. You don’t need to type the parentheses, of course, and “nickname” here means “the nickname of the person you want to whisper to,” naturally. What does that do? Well, only the person who you whisper to will be able to read the message. So, if you’re scheming something with a friend and don’t want others on the server to see, that’s the way to go. Aside from that, with the chat box open, you can press Tab to cycle between global and local chat. The former lets everyone on the server read your message, and the latter limits it to people within a certain distance from your character.

So, yeah, that’s how to whisper in V Rising. By the way, the game also comes with a built-in voice chat, which can be pretty fun, too. Go into Options, then select Sound. Scroll down until you find the Voice Chat section. There, you can turn Voice Chat on and off, toggle the Auto Join Voice Chat and Push to Talk, and adjust the volume. So, that’s another great option to communicate with others. However, there’s always the possibility that a hostile player will overhear your plans; the whisper command is the only surefire way to circumvent that. If you need help with anything else in V Rising, check out some of our other guides, such as Mairwyn the Elementalist Location, Azariel The Sunbringer Location, and How to Get Blood Key Legendary Item.

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