Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is an awesome game on its own which is amplified by an extremely cool soundtrack full of classics from the 80's that you'd be hard-pressed to not recognise and a few original tracks made specifically for the game. However, music can be an issue if you're a streamer but there is a way around it. We're going to show you how to turn off licensed music so you can happily stream away.
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How To Turn Off Licensed Music
To turn off licensed music you need to go into your settings.
Now all you need to do is follow these simple steps:
- Click the bar that says "Audio" and this will open up all of your sound options.
- Head down to the option that says "Licensed Audio and toggle it off.
- When you've toggled it off, "Streaming Mode: On" should appear briefly at the top of your screen, this will let you know that you're good to go.
It's as simple as that! If you want to turn Licensed Music back on once you've finished streaming then all you need to do is follow the exact same process but toggle the audio option to "on"
How Do I Access My Settings?
You can access your settings from the title menu when you boot your game up before you choose to continue, load, or start a new game. This is usually the better idea if you're streaming because it means that you're ready to go as soon as you load into your game.
Alternatively, you can change these settings mid-game by opening up your pause menu where you can access your settings in exactly the same way. This feature can be useful if you want to stream from a certain point in the game.
The soundtrack for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is incredible but it's really useful to have an option to toggle it off to keep Streamers safe. If you're enjoying the game then we also have a guide that answers a very important question - does it have autosave?