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Change National Languages (WOTC)
 
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Sep 17, 2017 @ 11:43am
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Description
By default, any nation that doesn't have its language in the localization file simply uses the language of the game currently played in. For many players, this means a LOT of nations will sound American.

This mod allows players to set each nation's language to whatever they wish, for new recruits.

Mod number is 1137646645.
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10 Comments
ElectricBlue Oct 9 @ 8:02am 
There was only one really good international voices pack for LW that hasn't been updated in a year, does not work with WotC :(
Compo The Smoggie Aug 22 @ 6:10am 
@RainingMetal

What the game needs is a whole host of other foreign languages other than 3 versions of english, focussing mainly on portuguese, russian, mandarin chinese, japanese. Maybe a few scandinavian languages, a few arabic languages. Greek? Polish? South African? Swahili?
Waste of Hope Feb 18 @ 11:16am 
thats kinda racist mate....been looking for a brazilian voice pack...its nice to hear yer language (might have misspeled that) every once in a while...CONTRARY TO EL BRADFORDIO
RainingMetal  [author] Jan 9 @ 12:09pm 
If anyone makes any language voice packs, they can easily use this mod to apply them as a default setting.
yappy118 Jan 9 @ 11:19am 
I feel it is unfair to all the nations listed in this game that appropriate sound files haven't been included. Would it really have been so difficult or expensive to add Chinese, Arabic, Swedish, etc. voice clips?
yappy118 Jan 9 @ 11:13am 
@Cardinal My mother tongue is French and I speak English fluently. No, Swedes have a very distinctive accent and Swedish sounds very different from German, even though I recognize some words, here and there because of my knowledge of English and my German studies (and the context, too). Words like 'man', for example; their pronunciation is different, though. I happen to love a Swedish accent, by the way :)
Cardboards Nov 24, 2017 @ 8:46pm 
@Cardinal No they don't to the average english speaker. The accents sound very different.
RainingMetal  [author] Nov 18, 2017 @ 4:19pm 
Yeah, it was a pretty sterotypical assumption, hence the change. You can always change the language setups to whatever you wish via the INI files.
Cardinal Nov 18, 2017 @ 3:55pm 
While some words in swedish and german are somewhat alike but they sound very different from one another, at least for me who is a swede.

But do the two languages sound alike to englishspeakers?

Not trying to be a smart ass or anything, I'm just curious since many swedes in tv-shows are portrayed with a somewhat german accent.
Dr. Cargo Oct 24, 2017 @ 11:48pm 
Just what I was looking for, thank you.