How To Fix Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug/No Sound

Fix Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug By Restarting Your Device, Verifying Game Files, Using Wired Headphones, Updating Audio Drivers, and Making Changes In Audio Input

With the popularity of Assassins Creed Mirage, the issue of errors that the users are facing daily has increased too, and one of those errors we’ll be fixing is the Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug issue. Users can also not hear any audio during the gameplay with this issue.

The error message is an indication that “Users are unable to hear proper audio or there is no audio“.
Key Takeaways

The Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug requires a few workarounds, but if you do get it, it is only a matter of minutes until you get rid of it.

The key to solving it is knowing what is causing the error in the first place:

  • Incorrect audio settings
  • Outdated audio drivers
  • Game file corruption
  • Conflicting audio software
  • Hardware issues

If you follow through with all the solutions, you can rest assured this no-sound bug will be gone:

  1. Restart your respective console
  2. Verify game files of AC Mirage
  3. Use wired headphones for better audio quality
  4. Wait for an updated patch
  5. Update the audio driver
  6. Force shutdown and restart the application
  7. Change language settings
  8. Change audio input
  9. Reinstall the game
  10. Contact support

What Is The Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug?

The audio of the AC Mirage is not working properly, which indicates there’s a bug causing this issue.

This can happen either as soon as you launch the game. Or it could randomly occur while you’re on a mission. 

Users’ gameplay is also affected by this issue, and this is resulting in them being disappointed in the developers, but the AC Mirage team is working on this issue.

Quick Tip: Ubisoft has a forum post dedicated to fixing the no-sound bug in their games. You should also check it out and see if it’s helpful.

Verify Game Files

Verifying game files allows users to check the status of the game files of Assassins Creed Mirage and fix any corrupted or missing files. By doing this, the game runs smoothly without any interference. Most of the time, the core reason for the Assassin Creed No Audio Bug is that the game files can be corrupted or damaged, leading to in-game audio issues.

Verify Game Files (Image by eXputer)
To verify game files from Ubisoft Connect, I recommend you read the guide by Ayyoun Ali, a Senior Writer and editor for eXputer.

Use Wired Headphones

Switching From Wireless headphones to a pair of 3.5mm Wired Jack headphones might just do the job for you and fix the no-audio issue. Also, don’t forget to plug in your headset properly and ensure the USB port is working and accessible.

Use wired headphones to solve the Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug
Wired Headphones (Image by eXputer)

Head to Amazon or your local hardware store to buy the best and cheapest wired headphones for audio interference-free gameplay.  

Expert Tip: Using wired headphones has fixed the issue for multiple players since the driver is different. Try it out and see if it works for you.

Wait For A Patch

It is to be noted that the Assassins Creed Mirage is still in its early stages of release, and developers are still working on issues like these to improve the gameplay for its users. So, it is very common to experience the Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug issue, and the most convenient way to resolve this issue is to wait patiently for a patch in its next update.

Assassin Creed Mirage Patch Update (Image by eXputer)

Also, stay updated with the latest news of AC Mirage updates on Ubisoft, so whenever an update rolls out, you can be notified.

Update Audio Driver

Many websites suggest updating the audio driver, but you shouldn’t directly reinstall the driver. Ensure that the audio issue is faced by all of the apps on the PC. If you are already facing the Assassins Creed Audio Bug issue on the app itself while the audio is working fine on the rest of the apps, then there is an issue with the game itself, so don’t update the audio driver.

Make sure that the audio is not working for all the PC apps. Then, it is mandatory to update your audio drivers.

You can follow our dedicated guide on updating your PC drivers to learn more.

Change Language Settings

One of the in-game workarounds that might work to fix the Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug is to change the game’s language settings from default to English. Incorrect or the language not understandable by the user can create a language barrier, resulting in audio issues.

  1. Head over to Ubisoft Connect from your respective console.
    Ubisoft Language Settings (Image by eXputer)
  2. Go to Settings and select English as your main language.
  3. Now launch Assassin Creed Mirage again and change the in-game settings to English from the app.
    AC Mirage Language Settings (Image by eXputer)
When troubleshooting the Assassins Creed Mirage audio bug, changing the language settings was the solution that worked for me.

Make Changes In Audio Output

Making the following changes to the sound settings has proven to fix the no-sound or audio bugs in Assassins Creed Mirage. Ensure your audio input is audible and in perfect working condition to get your desired audio output during the gameplay.

  1. Right-click on the speaker icon in the Windows taskbar and select Open Sound settings.
  2. Now, Choose your output device as the working one that doesn’t have audio issues.
  3. Ensure the Master Volume and the System Sounds are at max 100%.
  4. Also, Disable All Spatial and Windows Sonic if they are not working properly.

The controller or input device used to play Assassins Creed Mirage can impact the game’s audio. Users must ensure that the Input Mode of the game is moderated correctly according to the console settings so the audio does not face issues or get interrupted. To change the Input Mode of the game, here are some steps to make those changes:

I found this solution on Reddit, and it seemed to work on most of the Assassins Creed games that encountered that Audio Bug issue. vikm29 suggested this solution, and it worked perfectly fine for him.
  1. Head over to Options while you are on the game.
  2. In the Controls section, change the Input Mode Change from Hybrid to Xbox or mouse/keyboard, depending on your console.
  3. After selecting the Input Mode, make sure to Save or Apply the new changes.
    Assassins Creed Mirage Audio Bug - fixed by changing audio output
    Assassins Creed Input Mode (Image by eXputer)

Reinstall Game

Unfortunately, this is the last resort if things don’t work out and you are still stuck with the audio issue. This will replace all your AC Mirage files with new ones, potentially fixing the issue if it’s on your end.

If reinstalling the game doesn’t fix the Assassin’s Creed Mirage audio bug, you might need to wait for the developers to release a patch update.

Contact Support

Please consider reaching out to the Assassins Creed Mirage’s Support Team if you are still facing issues and are unable to resolve the issue. Their support is live 24/7, so feel free to state your issue and wait patiently for their response.

Final Words

Although Assassins Creed Mirage just released, I tried my best to provide you with all the possible solutions and workarounds to fix this annoying audio issue. I hope the developers are working on these problems, too, so the community can be at peace and everyone can play carefree.


What are the PC System requirements for Assassins Creed Mirage?

For Assassins Creed Mirage to run at its peak performance, you will need a 4K resolution at a 60 FPS frame rate, coupled with HDR and enhanced Intel XeSS performance with a Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 (10 GB).

Read our Assassins Creed Mirage optimization guide by Ayyoun next to boost your in-game performance. 
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Hashim writes about error fixes and opinion pieces at eXputer, bringing a lifelong passion for gaming that started with his Xbox 360. His favorite gaming memories epic battles from Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2, killing zombies in COD Black Ops 2, and defeating the Koenigsegg in NFS Most Wanted 2. He brings over 1,000 hours of gameplay to his gaming tips and reviews.

Experience: 2+ years || Worked for ComputerVerge || Education: Bachelors in Data Science.

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