The Black Ops 1 sequel brings in familiar faces to support the campaign mode such as Alex Mason, Frank Woods and Jason Hudson
The campaign and zombie's game modes have been widely talked about this year, more so than ever!
Now, players are checking out some of the amazing content within; but there has been one aspect heavily discussed among players.
Footsteps have been tweaked within Black Ops Cold War, and it seems to be bothering players since the game released.
Either players can head them excessively loud, or they cannot hear them at all.
The mixed results from players has triggered everyone to try and find the best audio settings to hear footsteps optimally.
We have got you covered with the best audio settings for Black Ops Cold War.
Within the Black Ops Cold War settings, you are able to change an ample amount of settings to tweak the audio to your specific device.
We recommend the following audio settings.
- Music - 0
- Master, Sound Effects and Cinematic Volume - 100
- Dialogue - 75
- Mute Sound - No
As well, the most important setting is perhaps the Audio Preset one.
There are three options you can turn this one onto, and we recommend turning it on the highest.
This will amplify the audio slightly; making it easier to hear footsteps.
Now, you do not have to turn your music volume all day down to zero.
But, the music in this game is extremely loud; and it will defiantly help in regards to hearing footsteps better.
If you have any other audio suggestions, be sure to let us know!