It’s weird to not have an option to change language when Dying Light 2 claims to support seventeen subtitle and interface languages and ten audio languages. Most video games will feature an option to change the subtitle and audio language in their Settings menu. In the case of Dying Light 2, players are reportedly struggling to find such an option. This is happening for both consoles and PC users. As it happens, you will have to manually delete the language files which you don’t want. Confusing much? Don’t worry, we will guide you through the steps. Keep reading this article to know how to change language in Dying Light 2.
Techland has done a good job with designing its latest zombie destroyer title. Dying Light 2 has managed to turn out great, featuring a lot of improvements over its prequel. Be it the attractive visuals of The City or the immensely violent (but satisfying) gameplay, Dying Light 2 is a complete zombie game. If you love playing a good game of horror or survival genre, we definitely recommend trying this action RPG out! In terms of language, Dying Light 2 supports English, French, Spanish, German, Polish, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese for narration. Support for subtitle and interface languages is more vast, adding seven more languages to the above list.
How to change language in Dying Light 2?
Many would say it’s not possible! Well, Techland should definitely cut down on the weirdness and add in a sophisticated setting to change languages easily from in-game. Until that happens, is it possible to work around this dilemma? We have come across requests to be able to change only the audio language while keeping the subtitle language to that of a local region. Well, a Steam user – Redyu – addressed this situation with a workaround. All you have to do is head over to the following address from your File Explorer:
“\steamapps\common\Dying Light 2\ph\work\data_lang”
Now, look for the language files under the speech folder (or subtitle) you don’t want. Just cut and paste the files of the language you don’t want to a different location for future use. Once you remove the language files you don’t want, restart the game.
If you are on PlayStation, navigate to the home menu and then select Dying Light 2. Now, choose Manage Game Content. Here, you will be able to delete the language pack you don’t want and install the language pack you want. Choose accordingly! Xbox users can also navigate to the game’s page in your Library and choose to edit packs.
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