Dead Space no sound – Apart from the technical errors and performance issues, we have also been getting reports that some players are experiencing audio issues with Dead Space Remake. For this reason, it breaks the in-game sound of the Game. If you are also a victim of this issue, this article might be right for you. Go through it properly, and it will help fix the Dead Space 2023 PC Audio issues.
How To Fix Audio Issues In Dead Space Ramake
You might have known by now that most of the games released nowadays are not 100% perfect during the initial launch days, and you might encounter several game-breaking bugs like the Audio bug we are discussing in this article. Some players have reported that they are not being able to get sounds while playing the Game. Here are some quick tips to fix no audio in Dead Space PC.
Select the proper Audio Output
You can change your audio output by:
- Go to the lower right corner of your screen and right-click on the speaker in the System tray.
- Open up sound settings.
- Select the proper output device under the Sound Tab you wish to use.
Use Wired Headphones with a 3.5 mm jack.
We have been through a couple of forums where people are reporting that while playing the Game using a wireless headset, it causes the no sound issue. I own a Razer Blackshark V2 Pro, and for many games, I have seen this issue happening, and we assume this Game is no different. But we fixed the problem once I started using my wired MSI Gaming Headphones with a 3.5 mm receiver. We also had reports that Wired headphones with USB interfaces have similar issues. The best bet is to use a headphone with a 3.5 mm jack. Elden Ring also has a similar issue.
Change the format of the Playback device.
Remember that if the game audio is not rendered to the Native Windows settings, it can lead to sound issues. To change this, you have to:
- First, right, click on the speaker icon on the system tray
- Go to Sounds and select the default playback device
- Right-click on it and choose the properties
- Go to the Advanced tab option
- Change the format to 16bit, 48000 Hz (DVD Quality), or 24-bit 96000 Hz as the output format.
Disable Spatial Sound or Windows Sonic
Always keep the Spatial Sound and Windows sonic disabled, as it is a bit buggy right now.
Enable All Enhancements
Disabling all the Enhancements can lead to audio issues and loss of sound. For a change, you can:
- Go to Sound
- Select Playback Tab
- Go to Playback devices and right click
- Select Properties and then click on Enhancements.
Update all Audio Drivers
Updating your Audio Drivers is the last option that you can try out. You will see this Driver Update recommendation on almost all the Websites, but let me be clear to you that if your Audio Drivers are buggy or corrupted, then the audio of your entire system will be affected rather than that single game. So there is no need to reinstall drivers until and unless you go for a fresh new OS installation.
If you are tempted to reinstall everything, you can download the updated version of your Audio Driver from your Motherboards’ manufacturer’s website. Do not download random drivers from unknown websites.
If this guide has helped, let us know in the comment section below. And for more Dead Space Remake Guides, keep an eye on Frondtech.
That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on January 28, 2023
Akash Roy, 31, Senior Editor at Frondtech and an avid gamer by choice dabbles in all things tech. Whether be it spending hours in single-player narrative-based games or going through the latest innovation in technology and chip manufacturing he prefers to stay on top of things. At the other times, you’ll find him tucked away drumming and headbanging to Rock and Roll Classics.