I use Proximity chat a lot. I like it when other players use it also. Some people think of it as intrusive. I think it only seems that way because most of us PC gamers are not used to it. I personally LOVE it. I think it makes the game more realistic when you run past a group of players talking about finding some battle action, or talking to each other about what weapon combos work best for them. Not to mention players who are just drunk, and having a great time. xD I just have a few questions about this wonderful thing called Proximity Voice Chat. 1. Can the enemy hear you? Whether or not you want them to that is. There are some times when I don't want them to hear me, and times I do. Like when I shoot a guy and yell out "YAH!!", "Get some!", or "Another one bites the dust". Do they hear it? Can they hear me blabing to another player about how much I love vanilla ice cream shakes, and use that to sneak up on us? 2. How long, if at all, can they hear me after I'm dead? This is a habit from back in my Goldeneye 007 days on the Nintendo 64. When I die, I usually say, "OUCH!!", "OMG my liver!", or "Hey, that's not very nice". xD lol Mostly when I say these things, its when I'm already registered to the game as dead. That point when your falling to the ground but haven't planted your face into it yet. I'd like to know that the guy that shot me is laughing at what I said or if it was wasted on (Literally) deaf ears. 3. With ingame meters, what is the range or proximity voice chat? 4. And why are there not more people using proximity chat? / What are your views on it?