How to change to Japanese voices in Bravely Default 2

Here's how to change voices in Bravely Default 2

If you are not a fan of English voice acting in JRPGs, you may be currently looking for a way to change voices in Bravely Default 2. Let me just say there is such an option in the game, and here is what you need to do, and where to find the option in the game. 

How to change voices in Bravely Default 2

To change to Japanese voices, you will need to play until a point in the game where you are inside an inn; At this part, the game's menu will be inaccessible until you receive a map from the innkeeper.

Once you get the map, you can then access the menu, and you can then change to Japanese voices by going into settings. 

That said, click settings, and you can change to Japanese voices by moving the left analog stick over the options that say language settings and voice language. Move the stick once, and it should change the voices to Japanese. 

When you made your changes, make sure to hit Y to apply them, and then once you exit the menu, characters in Bravely Default 2 will start speaking Japanese.

Overall this was a pretty quick painless process, and that's also everything you need to know regarding how to change to Japanese voice in Bravely Default 2. Stay tuned, and we will have more guides coming out for this game today and in the upcoming weeks and months. 

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  1. I’m getting so tired of games not allowing you to change settings before the game actually begins.

    1. Yeah, it’s definitely a strange design choice in my book.