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The latest Nintendo Direct was capped off with a look at an all-new trailer for the anticipated sequel for Breath of the Wild, which is now officially named The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Historically, titles in the Zelda franchise have allowed fans to glean insight into the upcoming game, especially with early titles like Ocarina of Time or Majora's Mask, which are entirely centered around the objects mentioned in their respective subtitles. Unfortunately, the name The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom seems to have left fans with more questions than answers.


With the latest surprise announcement about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's DLC being detailed, one feature was neatly swept under the rug -- the ability to play the game with differing audio and subtitles. What does this mean? I now have the ability to live out my pre-release fantasy of playing the game with Japanese audio, while still knowing what is going on.


For those out of the loop, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild did ship with a way to play Japanese audio -- the bad news was it required gamers to change the system language and all subtitles to Japanese as well. With the latest software update (available for free yesterday) players can now enjoy any audio language they want, while the subtitles will be matched to their system's preference.


In System Settings, head down to the "System" tab and, inside that, the "Language" sub-tab. From here, you can change the language of your system and -- accordingly -- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's subtitles.


Suddenly a voice breaks the rising tension; a viewer appears sitting on a sofa, indicating that she's hard of hearing and "didn't quite get that." The cowboys hold up painted boards subtitling the scene, even down to the "tense music" (the townspeople then have a debate about whether "tense" is the proper description). Finally we cut back to the viewer's living room, where she asks Alexa to dim the lights and turn on the subtitles on her TV. 041b061a72


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