Earthlock Language Patch Brings Ten Additional Languages
RPG adventure title, Earthlock received an update that brings an additional ten languages to the game, with localisation being introduced later in summer.
Snowcastle Games put forward the latest update that adds an additional ten languages to the Earthlock title bringing the total supported languages to twelve. They invite players who are testing the beta to leave any feedback related to the translations in the discussion thread.
The single-player title now supports the following and will be later localized in these languages on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4 this summer.
- Brazilian Portuguese
Earthlock takes inspiration from classic 3D Japanese RPG’s and brings turn-based combat and character progression to a world with over 60,000 words. Players will be tasked to save the world of Umbra with a range of characters joining the story along the way. The title comes after Earthlock: Festival of Magic which launched in 2016 for PC, Mac, Linux, and Xbox One. A port of the game then arrived on PS4 and Wii U in 2017.
For those who did play Earthlock: Festival of Magic, Snowcastle Games say that this is essentially a whole new game with the following new additions,
- Craftable weapons and equipment
- New abilities in the overworld
- Numerous new side quests
- New scenes, new creatures and new NPCs
- In addition to all the strange plants you now can grow trees to bring kittens and other cute critters into the world
- Treasure Maps to discover more treasures
- The ability to sell as well as buy stuff
- Loads of new animations, story additions, smarter NPCs and tweaks of every kind. It makes the game even more engrossing, enjoyable and replayable!
Earthlock is available on PC, Mac, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4. A Collectors Edition is available on Steam that includes a comic book and the original soundtrack, or you can grab the game physically via Amazon and digitally via Humble Bundle.
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