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author: Damian Gacek

How to Chat in Project Playtime Explained

Project Playtime sometimes requires you to chat with other players. In this article we will tell you how to chat in this game.

Project Playtime is a survival horror game that involves a group of players trying to assemble a toy (while solving puzzles). However, they are hindered in their task by a monster that is played by another player. Given the structure of the game, it is useful to know how to chat with other people. In this article we will talk about this.

Project Playtime: How to chat

If you log into the game and want to chat, just press enter. A window will then appear in the top right corner where you can write your message. It should be noted, however, that the window is temporary - it will disappear after a short while of inactivity. You must therefore hurry. Presumably, this is a safeguard against accidental key presses, although many players do not like it. Additionally, it should be noted that the monster cannot use the chat.

Project Playtime: Chat bug

However, many players report that the chat can get buggy after one game. To work around this problem you need to leave the lobby and rejoin (or join some other lobby). For the time being, no other solution to this problem is known. Hopefully, the developers will address it soon.

Unfortunately, Project Playtime is not free of bugs. One of the more popular ones is Project Playtime - Failed to Connect to Server and Resolution Issues, which we wrote about in a separate article.

Remember that the game can only be played officially on PC for the time being. We wrote about it here: What Can You Play Project Playtime on: Mobile, PC, Consoles explained

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. He started his professional career as an English teacher. A member of Gamepressure since 2019. During this time, he has been writing for various departments. Currently, he mainly covers guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. He has been interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. When he was younger, he wrote a scientific article on video game translations. An enthusiast of RPGs and strategies, he also frequently dives into the depths of indie games. In his spare time, he is working on a book and learning film editing.


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