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Submitted by Abriael 398d ago | news

Square Enix Confirms Option for Japanese Audio in Final Fantasy XIV: a Realm Reborn Open Beta

Square Enix has been silent for quite a while on this topic, but those that love Japanese voice acting now have a reason to rejoice, as the publisher just confirmed that an option to change the language of the speech in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be available in the open beta.

In addition to that, a lip movement option will be added to chat, and submissions for questions for the upcoming letter from the producer Live has been opened. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PC, PS3, PS4)

Crystallis  +   398d ago
Nice. They listened to the forums about this. Can not wait.
jb1276  +   398d ago
excellent - as it should be
JustPlay4  +   398d ago
Nice, this should be good can't wait

Ps: there a monthly for this game right. Does any one know how much that going to be, just wanted to know
Crystallis  +   398d ago
I believe $12.99. I could be mistaken though.
Abriael  +   398d ago
12.99 if you want one character per server, 14.99 for 8 per server.
Panthers  +   398d ago
One character per server is never enough. Ill take the 8. Hopefully I really like this game when it releases.
ScubbaSteve  +   398d ago
This isn't like other mmos where you remake a character to play each job. You have one character that can change their class whenever they want the only reason to have more than one character is for storage or wanting to play a different race.

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