Soldam: Bloom Declaration Gets Support For Seven Additional Languages

By Jenni . April 21, 2017 . 9:00am



When Soldam: Bloom Declaration was first announced for the Nintendo Switch, North American and European releases were mentioned. They’ve yet to appear, but the Japanese version of the game has been updated to make the puzzler even more import friendly. In addition to Japanese, patch 1.1 has added support for seven more languages.


After downloading and installing the patch, then loading up Soldam: Bloom Declaration, the game will ask you which language you would like to use. English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese are available. Should you want to swap languages later, you’ll need to head into the game’s settings.


In addition to the language options, the Soldam: Bloom Declaration patch makes another change. If you head into Soldam mode, you will be able to choose which level you start at and the background music that will play. The level options are 1, 30, 50, 70, 100, 150, and 200, and there are A, B, C BGM tracks to choose from.


Soldam: Bloom Declaration is available in the Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop.

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