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Some would say that toxic voice chat is a staple of Call of Duty. But even if they’re right, the people who are so quick to turn on their mics and spew hate should be careful the next time they do so while playing against players on Xbox.

Xbox officially announced and semi-launched a new voice reporting capture-and-submit tool today, which lets players automatically clip and save up to 60 seconds worth of inappropriate voice chat messages and then instantly submit it as evidence to the Xbox Safety Team. “Reactive voice reporting” isn’t just a feature for Call of Duty, either. It should “work across thousands of games that offer in-game multiplayer voice chat, including Xbox 360 backward-compatible titles,” according to Xbox.

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