In 2020, another action role-playing video game has been launched called Wasteland 3 developed and published by inXile Entertainment. After waiting almost six years, developers have come up with the sequel of Wasteland 2 which was launched back in 2014. The Wasteland 3 game is released for PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Mac, Linux platforms. Meanwhile, some of the PC players have started reporting that the Wasteland 3 Not Able to Save Game and No Audio or Sound.
So, it’s quite possible and most common issues for a PC version game whether the game is newly released or an older one. Now, if you’re really experiencing some of these bugs with your Wasteland 3 game on your Windows then check out the possible steps below to fix it.
Fix Wasteland 3 Not Able to Save Game and No Audio or Sound
We will also mention that most of the PC version games do come with multiple bugs or errors and the sound-related issue is one of them. Either players can’t hear any kind of sound during gameplay or there may be some crackling or low/high background noise come out that can easily ruin the gameplay experience.
So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the troubleshooting guide below.
1. Fix Game Not Saving
- First of all, make sure to run the Steam client as an administrator. To do this, Right-click on the Steam (exe) file on your desktop or from the Start menu.
- Go to Properties > Click on the Compatibility tab.
- Click on the ‘run this program as an administrator’ to enable the checkbox.
- Click on Apply and then OK to save changes.
- You will need to do the same steps with the Wasteland 3 (exe) file as well.
- Once done, restart your computer and try running the game again.
Next, you can follow some of the other possible steps below:
- Head over to the Settings > Update & Security,
- Click on Windows Security > Virus & Threat Protection.
- Select Manage ransomware protection > Turn off controlled folder access.
- You can also turn off the Real-Time Protection option.
- If in case, you’re using the third-party antivirus program on your PC then just turn off the Real-time protection temporarily.
Whereas, it seems that some of the affected players have also fixed the same issue by turning off the OneDrive Cloud backup feature on Windows. It comes by default mostly on Windows 10 and always runs in the background.
So, just disable the Microsoft OneDrive Cloud backup option from the Start menu.
2. Fix No Audio/Sound Bug
Some of the affected players have also started reporting that they aren’t receiving any sound during the Wasteland 3 gameplay. So, all you need to do is to check the audio device output which is connected on the PC and active as well.
- First of all, go to the Device Manager > Click on Audio inputs and outputs (arrow icon) > Now, right-click on the connected audio device and select “Update driver” > Click on Seach automatically for updated driver software > If there is any update available, it will automatically download and install the update > Restart your computer.
- Additionally, you can go to the Settings > Click on System > Select Sound > Click on “Sound Control Panel”.
- From the new window, you just need to click on your active audio device > Select Properties > Choose the ‘Spatial Sound’ tab > Select “Off” and save changes.
- Finally, it’s recommended to restart your Windows system and check for the sound issue again.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, feel free to ask in the comment below.