Persona 5 Strikers

How to Change to Japanese Voices in Persona 5 Strikers

How to Change to Japanese Voices in Persona 5 Strikers

Persona 5 Strikers is the direct sequel to Phantom Thieves of Heart and Persona 5 Joker. The game is back again where you the characters try to save Japan from the villain that resides in the Jails and seals the desire of people in the metaverse. The game is an international release on Steam and is in English dub by default, but some players may want to experience the original Japanese version of the voice as they play the game. You are in luck, the game in fact has an option to enable the Japanese voices. Keep reading and we will show you how to change to Japanese voices in Persona 5 Strikers.

How to Change to Japanese Voices in Persona 5 Strikers

The game already released in Japan and Atlus has the habit of including Japanese voice for players who want to enable it. You don’t even have to buy any separate voice pack or special update, the voice is already embedded in the game and all you need to do is enable it from the settings. So, here is how you can enable Persona 5 Strikers Japanese voice from the settings.

While playing the game, press the plus button on Switch and Options button on the PS4 to bring up the Menu. Go to System and then, Config option. The first option you see is titled Japanese Voice. Toggle it to enable in-game Japanese voice.

From this menu, you can also change a range of things such as the Difficulty, Vibration, Subtitles, etc. If you hate to see sub-titles while playing a game, you can switch off the Subtitles option for a cleaner experience of the game.

You can also access the Config menu to change the voice from the title screen. While a majority of players would prefer to play the game in English, sometimes the dub does not connect the real feel of the game and you would rather enjoy it in the original version. Or you understand Japanese and would like to play the game in the language. Whatever the reason, you can easily toggle the Japanese voice option in the game. And you always have the subtitles that will still be in English.

Rachel Zang
Rachel is a student at Donghua University, Shanghai. She has been playing video games and participating in forums for over a decade. Something she credits her English language skills to. For the past 8 months, she has been a contributing writer with QM Games. While her choice of games is diverse, she's particularly interested in JRPGs.

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