European gamers looking forward to the launch of Final Fantasy XV listen up, because earlier today Twitter user FF15 Moogle revealed which languages FFXV will support at launch.
According to FF15 Moogle, Final Fantasy XV will launch in Europe with English, German, French, and Japanese voice over options. They also revealed that the game will also include subtitles for multiple languages. These languages include those listed above as well as Italian, Russian, Spanish (both Latin American and Castilian), Portuguese, and Brazilian.
Final Fantasy XV will ship with English, French, German & Japanese voice-overs in Europe alongside many subtitles. pic.twitter.com/z54c3jLWUw
— FFXV News Erryday (@MoogleKupoCake) July 15, 2016
FF15 Moogle found this information listed on the Square Enix EU store page, but the Square Enix NA store page has yet to reveal what subtitle and voice over options will be in the NA release. However, it would be surprising if it didn’t at least include most, if not all of these subtitle options.
In other Final Fantasy XV news, the game’s director, Hajime Tabata, recently revealed in an interview with Gamereactor that the team hasn’t considered an NX release.
Final Fantasy XV is due to release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.
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