CD Projekt RED confirms launch language support for the game, which will feature voices in Spanish from Spain, but not in Spanish from Latin America.
CD Projekt RED has updated the official Cyberpunk 2077 support page with a section dedicated to the languages in which the video game will be translated depending on the region in which we are located. In Europe, the territory in which Spain is located, we can play the ambitious title of the authors of The Witcher 3 with the option for voices in Spanish; in Spanish from Spain. Latin American players will not have voices in Latin American Spanish, however.
All the dubbing included in Cyberpunk 2077 for the European and American version
Players from Europe, Oceania and South Korea will be able to choose between their voices in Spanish (from Spain), English, French, Italian and German; what is generally known as Multi 5. For its part, in terms of text they will be English, French, Italian, German, Spanish from Spain, Polish and Korean.
If we look at the American version of the game, which will be released in both North and Latin America, we will find voices in English, Brazilian Portuguese and French, which are the three main languages of the American continent as a whole. For its part, in text we will find English, Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish, French and Polish. We do not know if more voices or languages will be added in text in the future.
Full facial animations for a total of 10 languages
This week we have learned that the game will arrive with facial animations for 10 different languages; including Spanish. All this will be achieved thanks to an artificial intelligence that almost automatically generates not only lip synchronization but the rest of the facial movements.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be released on November 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC. PS5 and Xbox Series X | S users will be able to upgrade to the next-generation version for free by purchasing the current console version; yes, we will have to wait until 2021 to play the native next gen version.