The Epic Games game, free for Oculus Touch owners, is updated so that we can enjoy the title with voices and texts in our language.
Robo Recall, the virtual reality shooter of Epic Games, has received an update that adds voices in spanishas well as the translation of all texts present in the game, including the user interface, menu and other graphic elements such as score tables. In addition to Spanish, they have also added localizations in French, German and Korean. A great move by Epic that many players will undoubtedly appreciate, despite not being a game in which you depend on voices and texts to advance its story, since basically we have to make our way to destroy robots.
“Players have been climbing the Robo Recall leaderboards since its release, and we are now excited to witness the release of a localized version for more players in the European and Asian markets,” said Tommy Jacob, Robo Recall producer.
Robo Recall, available since March 1, has been receiving updates to adapt to the needs of the player community, implemented features such as support for 360º tracking, among others. The title also has support for mods, which allows any developer to modify the game at will to give us the possibility to even become Captain America or be part of the Star Wars universe.
There are many other titles, such as the recent Wilson’s Heart, that without any doubt Spanish users would benefit enormously from having them dubbed or at least having some subtitles. Let’s hope that the Epic move, which although it arrives 2 months after the launch, serves as an example for more companies and developers to value the option of localizing their games.