Assassin's Creed: Origins - Temporary Sound Fix (7.1 Audio issue)

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Assassin’s Creed: Origins – Temporary Sound Fix (7.1 Audio issue)

 

With the recent release of Assassins’ Creed: Origins, many PC players have reported sound issues with the game release. Most notably the sound issue missing much of the games dialogue which plays an important role in the games storyline. Another notable missing sound feature is footsteps and other distant sounds that play a key role the the immersion of the game. We get it’s an ‘assassin’ but it’s a little too quiet for our pleasure . . .

 

TaskBar  Playback DevicesFirst open your Playback Devices from the Task Bar by right clicking on the speaker icon and choosing Playback devices

 

 

 

 

 

To get the full 5.1/7.1 working properly first Disabled the default sound device on your system. In our case we’re using the Logitech G533 Gaming Headset.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now start and launch Assassin’s Creed: Origins. Once at the games menu, or fully launched into the game, you can either Alt-Tab or switch from Full Screen to Windowed mode

Now Enable the sound device previous Disabled and jump back into the game and enjoy the full surround sound!

 

Hopefully the folks at Ubisoft will release a patch to resolve this issue soon. And yes — you will need to do this each time you relaunch the game.

 

 


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