AC Mirage No Sound or Audio Bug Fix – Since the game was released, AC Fans have been experiencing many audio issues like stutters and no audio during cutscenes. We also have had reports where people cannot get any audio from the game itself, irrespective of whatever device they are using as an output (i.e. Headphones or Speakers).
Immersive Audio, especially in AAA titles, is the prime backbone of the experience, and audio glitches and other issues can force many players to leave the game. Ubisoft has been closely monitoring issues like this, and they will be fixing the updates and patches they are currently rolling out. But if you don’t want to wait for it and want to get on with Basim’s adventures, then this article might solve your Audio issues and get you back in the game in no time.
Assassins Creed (AC) Mirage No Sound or Audio Bug fix
Assassin’s Creed games never failed to impress us with their intricate storyline, great graphical fidelity, and background music. But you know how things are with the AAA titles nowadays. Most of them drop as an unfinished game with a case full of bugs, errors, and glitches. Trust us, Mirage is one of the best Assassin’s Creed games out there, but it needs a lot of rework on the technical side. This game needs to be addressed, including the No Audio or Audio Stutter issues.
So what is this? Are there no sound or audio bugs in Mirage? Well, this is a common issue many players currently trying to play the game face. The bug causes the game to either stutter during certain events or completely mute the game. We have also got some players reporting that they are getting sound during the cutscenes but not during the actual gameplay.
How to fix no sound or audio bug in Mirage
Ubisoft games have a history of having this bug in almost all of their recent games. And this is the same bug we encountered in Far Cry 6 and Valhalla on the launch day itself. We fixed it back then and shared how you can fix it if you are facing such issues. I applied those same methods as the last time we did, and voila! It works this time as well. Here are some of the steps and tips that you can take.
- Open up Ubisoft Connect and go to Settings.
- Select the Language English.
- Relaunch Mirage again, and from the in-game settings, choose your language.
This has been proven to fix many users’ no-sound or audio bugs. You can try changing the audio output if that doesn’t work. To do that, you can:
- Open the System Tray by right-clicking on the Speaker icon in the lower right corner.
- Go to Sound Settings and select the Output Device to route your audio.
- Disable All Spatial and Windows Sonic off, as they are buggy.
Some of the Reddit users have reported that they have been facing issues with Wireless Gaming Headphones. I had this issue with many games, especially with my HyperX Cloud Stinger Wireless, and all I had to do was switch to a different pair of Headphones with a 3.5mm Jack. Trust me, any 3.5mm Wired Headphones would do as long as long enough for you to enjoy and play the game comfortably. If you are still facing these issues, try the File Verification tool on Epic Games to verify the integrity of the files.
Should you Re-install the Audio Drivers?
You will have a lot of Websites suggesting you reinstall the Audio drivers. But honestly, you should only install audio drivers when you have issues with all the apps installed on your system. If you are not getting the audio from this specific game, it’s an issue with the game itself, and you do not need to do anything.
However, if you still wish to proceed with it, we suggest you download the necessary core files from Motherboard’s official website. Just don’t download anything from any random website.
If you think this guide has helped you, then let us know in the comment section below. And for more Assassin’s Creed Mirage guides, keep an eye on Frondtech. Good luck.
That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on October 5, 2023
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