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  • BIG_RED_NIBBA
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    When I start AC Valhalla, the little intro videos that shows the Ubisoft logo and such sound fine. As soon as the title screen for the game comes up, a buzzing noise starts playing over the game's sound. This buzzing noise is constant throughout gameplay and makes playing the game pretty much unbearable. I know it isn't my sound system because I only experience this buzzing noise in Ubisoft games. I have experienced it in Far Cry 6 as well, although in Far Cry 6 it only seems to happen in menus; not during actual gameplay.

    EDIT: I have done more troubleshooting and I am still experiencing this issue but I have more relevant information. The buzzing sound persists over my speakers while the game is open regardless of which playback device I have selected in Windows. I switched to my headphones and the buzzing noise still persisted on my speakers. The buzzing does not happen in my headphones. Just to be completely clear, the issue is not my speakers. When I am listening to audio from other sources it sounds fine. The buzzing only occurs when the game is open.

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  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 829 posts

    Hey @big_red_nibba

    I'm sorry to hear you are experiencing some buzzing sound from your speakers in multiple games.

    There isn't any known issues of this, so I would image there must be a setting somewhere that you need to disable for your speakers, or maybe there is some drivers you can download.

    If you right click on the sound / speakers on your toolbar, you can click on troubleshoot sound problems, or try selecting some of the different options listed under the "spatial sound" menu.

    You can also look through the settings and advanced settings of the speakers and enable or disable options in there to see if any of these resolved it.

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