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weapon sound

  • Does anyone have the default audio for the weapons in GTA5?

  • @zeroze
    If you're using a 'mods' folder, you can find the vanilla sound files in the original/vanilla/default install here:

    ...\Grand Theft Auto V\x64\audio\sfx\ ('RESIDENT.rpf', 'WEAPONS_PLAYER.rpf' etc)

    If you aren't using a 'mods' folder &/or deleted the vanilla files, you can use whatever verify integrity method is appropriate for your version of the game to get the files back:

  • I have overwritten it with the gunshot mod, I pressed check game file integrity on steam, how do I get the file back? The text might be wrong because I'm using a translation!

  • @zeroze

    • If you ran a verify integrity in Steam, it should have detected the edited/non-vanilla archives & downloaded fresh vanilla ones to replace them.

    Look in this folder for the new/fresh vanilla files:

    ...\Grand Theft Auto V\x64\audio\sfx\

    • If the verify integrity didn't appear to download any new files you can always delete/move the files & run a new verify integrity to force a new & fresh download that way.

    • If you mean 'get back the gunshot mod files' & they have now been replaced with vanilla versions of the file/s. You can't, but you can reinstall the gunshot mod.

  • All 521 files have been verified. It says. Has the vanilla file been downloaded at this point, I checked from OPENIV and the audio has not changed.I'm a beginner, sorry.

  • @zeroze
    They should have been yeah :thumbsup: (but maybe check the 'date modified' column in Windows Explorer Details view & make sure they are 100% new & fresh)

    Do you have any audio '.rpf's here (Note: 'mods' folder):

    ...\Grand Theft Auto V\mods\x64\audio\sfx

    If so, those will be the ones loaded by the game. To revert your audio to vanilla, either delete them from your 'mods' folder or replace them with the freshly downloaded vanilla ones from here:

    ...\Grand Theft Auto V\x64\audio\sfx

    If that doesn't work, go to the vanilla install location:

    ...\Grand Theft Auto V\x64\audio\sfx

    & delete/move the weapon audio files (& any others you want to revert to vanilla) & try a new verify integrity. That should definitely download new files & you should see new ones appear when they are downloaded & the game integrity verification is complete.

  • I have tried deleting the WEAPON file to test its integrity, but it doesn't seem to download.

  • @zeroze
    No new files appear in the '...\Grand Theft Auto V\x64\audio\sfx' folder? (Note: vanilla folder)
    You should get a 'files failed to validate & will be reaquired' message in Steam & then see the game downloading like it does when it updates (on the left, right of 'Grand Theft Auto V' game list name).

    Maybe try some of the stuff here & have a Google for other solutions if none of that works.

  • Sorry, can we speak with you in DISCORD?' I don't even get the message 'files failed to validate & will be reaquired'!

  • I'm sorry! It's done! Thank you so much.

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