Population: One developers roll out the fix to the communications issue

Population: One developers roll out the fix to the communications issue

January 10, 2022 0 By Nicholas Sutrich

While many players have been enjoying the latest Population: One season content, popping New Years balloons, and scoring big points, a big problem cropped up last week that’s been preventing squads from being able to hear each other. If you’ve been playing and suddenly can’t hear or speak with your squad, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Thankfully, a fix is here.

The problems seem to have started around the New Years content update, which went live on January 6. This issue also appeared in a previous update sometime in 2021 but was eventually fixed.

Developer BigBox VR posted an acknowledgment of the issues over the weekend, saying that players should expect a fix to come in the near future. That update went live on January 10 around noon PST.

BigBox VR notes that some players were also having issues properly muting players using the mute icon in the game. Additionally, some players were experiencing black screens when an update was required. Both issues have now been fixed, as well.

In the future, if you ever run into communications issues like this with Population: One or any other game, you can always create an Oculus party, instead.

Oculus parties are a great way to get together with friends and join in on the same games with little to no hassle. You can voice chat with your party at any time, so communication isn’t relegated to the game that’s being played.

Population: One is one of the best Quest 2 games, pitting players against each other in several different modes, from team deathmatch to battle royale. Players can climb literally anything and glide anywhere they want on that massive map, making this one of the most unique VR shooters available.

True freedom of movement

Population: One

There’s no limit to what you can do

Population: One is regularly updated with new weapons, power-ups, map updates and, of course, that ground-breaking freedom of movement that makes this VR battle royale so popular.

$30 at Oculus
$30 at Steam

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