One Punch Man: How to Change to Japanese Voice & Audio Tracks

One Punch Man japanese audio voice tracks

If you’re looking for that authentic feel of the anime in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, you’re likely going to want to change the voice and audio tracks to the Japanese version. This’ll give you the voice acting that fans of the anime will be familiar with. Here’s how to change to Japanese voice and audio tracks in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.

Changing to Japanese Voice Track in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

To change to Japanese voice tracks, first press the Options button on PS4, or the Menu button on Xbox One. This will also be Esc on PC.

This will bring up the pause menu. Select the ‘Other’ tab here, and then go down to the ‘Options.’

Select this and then use the L1 and R1 buttons (LB & RB for Xbox One players) to tab over to the Audio option. This is indicated by a little speaker icon of sorts.

All you need to do now is scroll right to the bottom of this page. The second to last option here is the “Language and Voice Over” option. Simply change this to Japanese and you’ll have change the voice and audio tracks in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.

If you’re ever wanting to change them back, simply return to this option in the menu and change it back to English. There are no limits or restrictions to the amount of times you can change between the two, so go ahead and do it whenever you’re feeling a change.

That’s all you need to know on how to change to the Japanese audio and voice tracks in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to stick with Twinfinite. You can check out more related posts down below.

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