How to Get the Old Oof Sound in Roblox | Screen Rant

The iconic “Oof” has been unfortunately removed from Roblox due to copyright arrangements with which Roblox Corporation does not wish to comply, but many players are dissatisfied with this decision and are more than ready to get back the old Oof sound. Contrarily, the developers have mentioned they plan to implement a “sound effect marketplace” into the game’s shop. Within this digital shop, the Oof effect in Roblox will be available for a small purchase of Robux. However, such a feature has yet to appear, and many in the community believe the store to be a project that the Roblox dev team currently has little interest in pursuing.

Accordingly, fans of the iconic Oof have taken it into their own hands to find a way to get the sound back into their Roblox games. This process is done by replacing the new undesirable sneeze-like death effect with the original sound file. However, this procedure can be complex for some users, as they might need guidance on how to modify their Roblox application’s files appropriately.

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It should be noted that this workaround to bring back the Oof sound effect in Roblox is only effective for the user completing the process. In other words, no other players except the one who follows the steps below will be able to hear the sound.

Here are the steps for replacing the new Oof sound in Roblox with the old one:

  • Step 1: Use Google Search to find and download the original Oof sound effect. The file should be a “.ogg” file.
  • Step 1a: Those who downloaded the MP3 file for the Oof file will need to use an online converter to change it into an OGG file.
  • Step 1b: Rename the converted file to “ouch.ogg.”
  • Step 2: Press Start on Windows or Finder on Mac and search for the Roblox on the playable device.
  • Step 3: After navigating to the location of the application’s file, right-click and select “Open File Location” for PC or “Show Package Contents” for Mac.
  • Step 5: Open the “content” folder and search for the “sounds” folder.
  • Step 6: After finding the new Ouch.ogg file, take the downloaded or converted original Oof file and replace the current one.
  • Step 7: Boot up Roblox and confirm that the change has taken effect. This verification can be done by entering any game and opening the Settings of the Roblox application, not the game. Next, press the plus or minus buttons for the Volume setting to hear if the sound has been successfully replaced in Roblox.

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Roblox is available on PC, Xbox One, Android, and iOS.

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Author: Ethan Webb