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Star Wars Jedi Survivor: How to Change Language

Want to play the game in a different language? We’ll help!




Star Wars: Jedi Survivor is a continuation of Cal’s story, being a sequel to Fallen Order.

Being a narrative-driven game, you will want to change the game’s language to one you’re more comfortable with! Or well, maybe you just want to see how other languages differ, too.

Regardless of what reason you have, we’ll tell you how to change the game’s language in this guide. We’ll also tell you which languages the game has support for.

How to Change Languages in Star Wars Jedi Survivor

Sadly, the game doesn’t allow to change the language from within the game’s own settings. This means that you will need to change it from outside the game, and the method differs for each platform.


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On Steam, find the game in your library and right-click on it. Click on “Properties” and find the “Language” category on the left side of the window.

Just pick your desired language from the drop-down and you’re all set! The game’s language will change the next time you boot it.

PlayStation 5


On PlayStation 5, you will need to change your console’s system language completely. What a pain, right? Sadly that’s the only way, at least currently.

Anyway, you will need to access the “Home” screen. Open the “Settings” and navigate to “System” settings. Choose your desired language in the “Language” settings.

Note that, as we said previously, this will change your console’s language as well!


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Xbox Series players will also need to change their console’s language, just like on PlayStation. Go to the “Home” screen and open “Settings”. Then select “System” and find the “Language & Location” settings.

Select the language you want and then start the game again, the language should now match your console’s.

According to the game’s Steam page, Jedi Survivor has full text and audio support for the following languages:

  • English
  • Spanish (Latin America)
  • Spanish (Spain)
  • French
  • Italian
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Polish
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
Source: Official Steam Store Page

It also has text-only support for Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. These languages will default to English audio, but they have full subtitles and interface translations.

That’s everything you need to know about changing the language for this game! Hopefully, the developers will release an update to add language settings to the in-game menu, though.

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