Digimon is a Japanese franchise, meaning that it must first be released anywhere in the world. When it first became popular in the late 1990s, everything released internationally was at least getting a dub and translation. Dubs became increasingly rarer when the series' popularity waned. However, does it mean that Survive has an English dub?
Does Digimon Survive have an English dub?
Digimon Survive's audio and voice acting are only in Japanese, with no English dub. It's rare for a game like Digimon Survive to get a full English remake. Not only is the Digimon franchise's popularity declining in the United States and Europe, but Survive is also a visual novel, a niche genre in the Americas, and rarely, if ever, gets a full English translation.
All subtitled languages in Digimon Survive
The subtitles for Digimon Survive are available in four languages: English, French, Portuguese (Brazil) and Spanish in the North and South American versions. These languages were the most commonly spoken dialects in the Americas, including all of North, Central, and South America.
The Portuguese in the game is believed to be the Brazilian version. Theres a noticeable difference between Portuguese spoken in Brazil and Portuguese spoken in Portugal. In the past, Brazilian gamers have pushed game companies to include a Brazilian Portuguese language option rather than only regular Portuguese.
How to change the language in Digimon Survive
When you first play Digimon Survive, the game will ask you which language you want. If you decide later on, you need to quit the game and return to the title screen. There will be a Language Selection for you to choose on the title screen.