Project X Zone 2 Will Be Playable In 7 Languages

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The original Project X Zone localization was rather limited. While released in North America, Europe, and Asia, it was only translated into English. Bandai Namco is doing a bit more for Nintendo 3DS owners with Project X Zone 2: Brave New World. Monolith Soft’s Koji Itshitani confirmed that the localizations of the sequel will be translated into seven different languages.

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Each region will have different language options. People in North America who pick up Project X Zone 2 will have English, French, and Spanish language options to choose from. Europe gets two additional languages, as their version of the game will have English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish available. When Project X Zone was localized for South Korea, it was only available in English, but Project X Zone 2 will only have a Korean language option. Finally, the Taiwan and Hong Kong localization of the game will only have a Japanese language option.


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Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to play Project X Zone 2 on February 16, 2016. In addition to the extra languages, Project X Zone 2 will not have any content modified, unlike the localization of Project X Zone, which altered some art and music for the overseas release.

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