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Knockout City No sound in-game issue troubling players, fix awaited
With the release of the full edition, Knockout City was set to have a great time in the gaming community. However, a technical glitch that popped up recently has thrown a wrench in their plans. This glitch renders the in-game audio useless, and several users have been facing this error themselves.
This error has been officially acknowledged and addressed by the EA team. They suspected the game to be using a different output channel than the one intended. Here is a brief guide to help you fix the in-game issue yourself:
- Run the game in windowed mode, and head to an area where there is definite sound.
- In the bottom right of your screen, locate the volume option.
- Here, head on to the Volume Mixer and take a look at the output channel.
- If the output is not coming out of the intended channel, exit the game and disconnect the current output channel.
- Turn it back to the one you want to use. This should fix your issue.
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