Borderlands 3 How to Change Language on Steam

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The players are finding it difficult to play Borderlands 3 and they want to change the default language. By the look of things, the problem affects all users irrespective of their geographical regions.

Even though there is no option available by default, you can still fix the language issue with the help of some settings tweaks. Here is the guide how to change Borderlands 3 game on Steam.

How to Change Language on Steam

In Library,

  1. Right Click on Borderlands 3
  2. Select Properties.
  3. Click on Set Launch Options
  4. Pick a language below and type
  5. the -culture=?? part in the box, then click OK.

Language list:

  • English -culture=en
  • Simplified Chinese -culture=zh-Hans-CN
  • Traditional Chinese -culture=zh-Hant-TW
  • French -culture=fr
  • German -culture=de
  • Italian -culture=it
  • Japanese -culture=ja
  • Korean -culture=ko
  • Brazilian Portuguese -culture=pt-BR
  • Russian -culture=ru
  • Spanish -culture=es

Note: If this did not work, try this one:

You have to add -language=”en” as startup param in the properties, then the game will boot on english.

This is the ending of Borderlands 3 How to Change Language on Steam  guide. Hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.

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5 thoughts on “Borderlands 3 How to Change Language on Steam

  1. ArtySancho Reply

    Nope, problem remains the same, despite putting English or Russian in my settings on Steam I still got French for text and voices. And, please, do precise that everything strarting from “In Library” doesn’t concern Steam, but Epic Games Launcher (I saw exactly the same advices from people using that platform)

  2. Morrighath Reply

    It worked, the “In Library” DOES concern the Steam, this is where you need to change it.

  3. NaviCharlotte Reply

    Only these 2K f***s would mess up something that its so simple for other games.

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