Xenoblade Chronicles 3: Changing the dubbing language will not require you to download any more data

Xenoblade Chronicles 3: Changing the dubbing language will not require you to download any more data

Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Nintendo has announced that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will not require additional data downloads to switch between Japanese and English, and vice versa. Both languages ​​will be available at launch. Of course we are talking about dubbing.

Nintendo: "Whether you prefer to play English or Japanese voices, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will include both at launch. No additional download required!"

The message is clear and if Nintendo has decided to release it is because, probably, it has received several requests for clarification on the subject. Probably many feared that the two languages ​​were handled as DLC or similar

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 promises to be one of the biggest games of the year, as well as one of the most prestigious Nintendo Switch exclusives. Just in a recent Direct it was noticed how the characters' lips are synchronized on the selected language.

For the rest we remind you that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be available starting from July 29, 2022. If you want more information, read the our recent test.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 English & Japanese Voices Don't Require Additional Downloads

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is set to be bigger and better than previous entries in the series, and as part of this, it's going to have more features and options to provide the best experience possible.

This will include English and Japanese language subtitle and dub support. The good news is that users won't have to download these language support features, like some other games. As highlighted on Nintendo's social channels - 'no additional download' will be required.

'Whether you prefer to play with English or Japanese voices, #XenobladeChronicles3 includes both at launch – no additional download required!'

In other words, it'll all be there from the beginning - meaning it's a simple option you can select from in the menu. No updates or DLC packs will be required!

This follows a story about how lip-syncing in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 has been adapted for both Japanese and English dialogue. In the recent Direct broadcasts, it was noted how the lip-syncing of Mio and Sena was different in the Japanese and English videos.

So, there you go - if you're not really feeling certain accents, or just want to hear the game in Japanese, you'll have options to choose from. How will you be listening to the dialogue in Xenoblade Chronicles 3? Leave a comment down below.