Set in the Three Kingdoms period, the new Total War game that shares that name is all about using one of the game’s factions to unify China and become its ruler. The game’s default language is English, but many players are wondering how to change language so that they can hear the voices in Chinese, as would be natural for the setting. Here’s everything you need to know about how to change language in Total War Three Kingdoms.
How to Change Language in Total War Three Kingdoms
Thankfully, there is a couple of ways that you can change the game’s language. The first, and probably easiest way is to do it in-game. From the game’s main menu, choose Options, then Audio, and here you’ll see all the language options available to you, with Chinese settings being near the bottom of the page.
Alternatively, you can change the language settings through Steam itself. If you want to change language to Chinese, you need to right click on Total War Three Kingdoms in your Steam library, then select Properties, then Language, at which point you’ll be able to select the language of your choice.
If you’re doing it via the in-game method, you’ll need to quit the game and restart it for the change to be put into action. If you just jump into the action after changing the settings, it’ll stay on the setting it was previously.
If you’re doing it via Steam, the new language setting will simply be active next time you start the game up.
That’s everything you need to know about how to change language in Total War Three Kingdoms. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite. We’ve also listed some other helpful guides down below.