Unable to hear approaching footsteps or gunshots in Call of Duty Warzone? Is the UI music also inaudible to you? Well, before you blame your headphones, checking your system may be a good idea. It is possible that a minor glitch in your system or a bug in COD Warzone is causing the audio to break. Or, it could simply be a problem in your device settings. Whatever it may be, consider reading our article till the end to find an appropriate fix!
We don’t need to introduce Call of Duty Warzone to any gamer out there! Well, being one of the most successful AAA FPS series of all time, Call of Duty is every shooter lover’s favorite. Warzone, now Warzone Pacific, was released back in 2020, but is still one of the most popular COD titles and also a favorite among battle royale fans. However, Call of Duty Warzone players often find themselves stuck in ‘buggy’ situations. And one of the most reported bugs happens to be affecting the in-game audio, where players are unable to hear any kind of sound. Well, if you are facing a similar issue, this article will help you resolve it as soon as possible. Keep reading!
How to fix Call of Duty Warzone Audio not working?
Unable to hear in-game sounds? We can understand the frustration you may be experiencing at the moment. Call of Duty Warzone is an FPS, which asserts the need for good sound sense on the player’s side. However, a bug is somehow affecting the in-game audio in COD Warzone. Don’t worry, as a few simple troubleshooting steps can help fix the situation.
The very first thing you can try is power cycling your system. This has reportedly helped a lot of affected users on Xbox and PlayStation. Simply switch off your console and disconnect the power cord from the power brick. Let it be for a minute or two, before switching it on. You can also try this workaround if you are facing this issue on a PC. If a reboot doesn’t seem to fix the ‘Call of Duty Warzone Audio not working’ issue on your PC, check whether your audio output is set correctly. You can check the same from Windows settings > System > Sound settings. Make sure it is set to the headphones you are using currently.
Irrespective of the platform you are on, make sure that you update Call of Duty Warzone to the latest available version. Additionally, you can also try to verify the integrity of Warzone files from the Battle.net launcher. To do so, open the Battle.net client and look for Call of Duty Warzone. Click on it and then, click on the Options drop-down menu. Select the Scan and Repair option.
If none of the workarounds seem to work, try reinstalling the game. We know how heavy it can be on you if your data plan is limited. But this seems to be the only option left. And if reinstalling also doesn’t work, it’s either a stubborn bug that Raven Software needs to fix or a faulty headphone. You can check for a fault in your headphone by simply trying out another game.