Ghost of Tsushima is an action-adventure game about a Samurai and the story is set on Tsushima island. You can play the game with its English audio but you will experience true immersion when you actually play it with Japanese voice over. With it, you will feel like you have been transported to 1274 Japan. So, if you want to know how to change to Japanese Dub in Ghost of Tsushima, this guide will help you out.
Ghost of Tsushima: How to Change to Japanese Voice Over?
After the epic Japanese movie-style trailer of Ghost of Tsushima released, many players have considered playing the game with Japanese audio. If you haven’t seen that trailer yet, here it is:
Now, by default, you won’t have the Japanese audio – it will be English. But if the epic Japanese trailer has changed your mind, follow the steps given below to change to Japanese voice over in Ghost of Tsushima.
- Pause the game and go to Options menu
- Visit the Audio tab
- Look for Audio Language
- Pick Japanese audio
After doing these steps, you need to reload the game to bring those changes into effect. If you decide to change to Japanese Dub in Ghost of Tsushima in the middle of your game, make sure to save the game. Switching mid way without saving will make you lose your progress. Remember to keep subtitles on in a language you understand – you can get this option in Audio Language under the Audio menu.
Want to get another audio language apart from Japanese and English? You have a few more choices. Take your pick from Spanish, French or Portuguese.
If you are absolutely sure about playing with Japanese audio only, you can do so even before you begin playing. Easy peasy.
This was how to change to Japanese Dub in Ghost of Tsushima. Keep an eye out for more guides on this exciting game on GamerTweak.