Say what you will about Minecraft and how it might be an overhyped game with way too many annoying kids in its fanbase, but, fact of the matter is, it’s still a title with a lot of love poured into it that gets updated with new features regularly.
Fresh content aside, it’s easy to see why the game is popular all over the world, with streams and let’s plays managing to make a decent amount of views no matter what country the player might be from.
How to Change Language in Minecraft
Naturally, some Minecraft players will want to change the Language if English isn’t their first language, so it’s a good thing that the game does allow that change.
Simply go to ‘Settings’ in the game’s menu, then find ‘General Settings,’ which is where the ‘Language option in Minecraft is.
While Minecraft does have a variety of Languages in it, not every country is represented in the game so there’s a good chance that you’ll be sticking with English, especially if you’re reading this.
Due to the lack of certain Languages in Minecraft, there’s also a Crowdin project that is attempting to bring 124 Languages to the game, which is fairly admirable.
It’s currently being overseen by a number of proofreaders to make sure the localization of each Language is correct.
Mojang, the main developers of Minecraft, have been supportive of the Crowdin Language project, though they did advise them not to translate words such as Creeper, Nether, Wither, Realms, and Redstone since they are universal to the game.
Minecraft is currently available on a wide variety of systems, including PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS3, PS4, PS5, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch, New 3DS, Wii U, iOS, Android, and a number of obscure consoles to boot.the