How to change the audio language in Ghostwire: Tokyo

The default audio language for Ghostwire: Tokyo is Japanese. However, if you prefer to change this, you can do so during gameplay. The right way to do this can be a little tedious. This guide will show you how to change the audio language in Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Whenever you want to change your game’s audio language, you should make sure you do it from the title menu. You cannot change your game’s audio language options when playing the game directly.

In the title menu, scroll down to the Options tab. You want to select the Game tab, which is the first option you get. After that, the second choice is the audio language, and you can switch from Japanese to English, French, Spanish (Latin America), or Portuguese (Brazil). These options are supported and you can freely switch between them while playing with the same save file.

As long as you are in the title menu, you can choose one of these options. These are the audio options, but if you prefer to switch the game’s written text over them, you can change all of the in-game written text to alternate options. How to change the audio language in Ghostwire: Tokyo

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