For The King fans had to wait for quite a long time, but at last, the sequel is finally here, and players can now enjoy the game as much as they like. Simply titled For The King II, IronOak Games released the game on November 2, 2023, for Windows, with Curve Games returning as the publisher. Once again taking place in the kingdom of Fahrul, For The King 2 comes with a four-party size limit and a much bigger and more thrilling campaign. There’s a lot of fun to be had and many things to be learned. But before that, many in the community want to know how to change the in-game language. If you too are wondering the same, consider reading this guide until the end for more details.
Having various languages available helps make the game accessible to a wide range of audiences. That’s why even if a studio isn’t able to add support for audio in various languages and such to their games, they still try to at least add multiple language support for subtitles and interface. From big AAA studios to even small indie ones, language support is one of the more common things that players expect at this age of gaming. Now, something as basic as changing in-game language can seem pointless, but as can be seen by Studio Wildcard’s recent blunder with Ark: Survival Ascended, sometimes players do need help with things such as this. So, how do you change the in-game language in For The King 2? Continue reading to find out!
For the King 2 (II): How to change in-game Language
It’s pretty easy to change the in-game language in For the King 2. In fact, all you need to do is head to Settings > Accessibility > Language. Now, you just need to select the language of your choice from the drop-down menu and then restart the game. Following that, you will see that the in-game language has changed, and you can now continue enjoying the game. When it comes to supported languages, the following are the ones available in-game:
- Traditional Chinese
- Simplified Chinese
- Portuguese – Brazil
- Spanish – Spain
Keep in mind that For the King 2 doesn’t offer full support for these languages. There’s no audio or subtitle support for any of these languages, except English. In fact, the only support you will get is interface support. And this was to be expected, more or less. The FTK series is a very niche one, and IronOak Games in itself is an indie studio with limited resources. So, focusing on full audio support and such is not something that can be considered feasible from a developmental point of view.
Well, that’s all we have on this topic for now. By the way, we’ve been getting reports about players being unable to create online lobbies in the game, so check out this guide for workarounds on the same if you are facing the same issue. For more guides like this, follow DigiStatement. Also, read: For the King 2 (II) Unable to play Co-op With Friends Issue: Is there any fix yet