Papers, Please gets a Japanese-language version

The critically-lauded indie game Papers, Please has been available on Steam for a while now, meaning you can buy it just about anywhere. But that wasn’t much help for non-English-speakers who wanted to experience the game—which the developer calls a “dystopian document thriller”—in their own language. But there’s good news on that front: according to developer Lucas Pope (who was inspired to make the game by his experiences with immigration in Japan, incidentally), a new version of the game with support for more languages (including Japanese) will go live on February 12. Additionally, the game will now also run on Linux.

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