Hello! I recently downloaded Gears 4 to catch up on the story but the game is totally in Spanish and the translation is quite awful, I will like to play in English where the VAs are actually talented. is there a way to do this? MS forcing the native language and not giving an option in-game to change it is quite sad.
I found It on another forum:
after fiddling with the settings and the ini files, there is indeed another way to switch languages. You need to go into your appdata folder, find the Gears 5 directory and go into the folder Saved, followed by Config and PC.
The directory should be the following:
C:\Users\ username \AppData\Local\Gears5\Saved\Config\PC
There you open the GameUserSettings.ini file, and in that file look for the line ’ PreferredLanguageCode= '. Fill in with the language of choice, for example EN, and boot the game - it should now be in English.
but the subtitles are also in english, I would like to change to portuguese.
I will try this, thank you!
did you can switch the language?) i hate spanish…….
Thank you. Appreciate that info
did you change your language already with this methode? If so, did it work?
Yes it works.
Hope they put in a setting though.
Thank you Sir!
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Hi, strangely but the GameUserSettings.ini=EN doesn’t work for me and my default win lang is EN.
Whats the code for spanish? I want to play with a friend but he has trouble understanding spoken english
Just change your Region on Settings-> Time and Language-> Region Format. And restart the game
My region is set to Israel English, I don’t even have Russian there and the game is in Russian
Hello! The first method didnt work for me but I changed my Windows settings and region to USA and English and it worked perfectly.
Thanks. I hate gallego spanish. Now I have it in “Español México”.
I have to change in italian but i change the region and the leanguage in Italian but the game seems not understand the switch of leanguage and I try also in" PreferredLanguageCode= " with “IT” “ITALIAN” “ITA” but noones works.
Thank you, that did the trick!