How to Change Voice Audio in Honkai: Star Rail to Japanese

Honkai: Star Rail, while visually similar to Genshin Impact, is a game of it’s very own. Focusing on turn-based, strategic battles, players will have their skills tested against a wide array of foes. But much like Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail boasts an array of different voice audio options which includes Japanese, Korean and Chinese. Players can seamlessly make the switch between all voice packs at any given time, as soon as they’re able to open up their menu.

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After completing the first mandatory battle and cutscene, which isn’t skippable, you can immediately open up your options menu. From there, click the little gear to bring up the the game settings. The third icon from the left, which you can see in our example below, is where you can change the voice audio in Honkai: Star Rail to Korean, Chinese, or Japanese. Players will need to download the required voice packs to use them, however.

Change Audio Honkai Star Rail Japanese

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You can also choose to delete any voice packs you’re not using to save space by selecting the “Voice Pack Resource Management” option when selecting your audio language of choice. Additionally, you can download it again at a later date if you want to swap back. You also don’t need to quit the game for the audio swap to take place.

Honkai: Star Rail  is available on PCs and mobile devices, and it will also come to PlayStation consoles like the PS4 and PS5. Celebrating the release of the game, Twitch drops will be available to obtain through participating Twitch channels until late May 2023.

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