Pixel art games always have a certain charm to them when done right, and we’re not talking about early access-PS1-graphics charm filled with all sorts of bad jank and spaghetti code. Sun Haven has that charm and even takes it to the next level, given that it leans more toward the RPG side of things.
Luckily, the game is filled with a lot of content to guarantee at least 40+ hours of gameplay, and the only major issue it has now is the absence of language settings. That’s a bit of a stretch, what isn’t a stretch however is a possible fix that’s being passed around!
How To Change Game Language | Sun Haven
The language setting isn’t really a big issue as a good chunk of the people who buy it through Steam speak the English language anyway, but there are still others out there asking if there are different options, and there are!
It’s not an official release however so be mindful of your expectations if some things are amiss.
What you can do is install the Sun Haven Translator mod.
Now don’t be afraid if you can’t read German, all you have to do is click where it says ‘WinX64: Download’ to get the file.
Right now the language available are as follows:
- Chinese (simplified)
It’s only a machine translation so not everything is going to flow naturally if you start reading into things too much. You can get the latest version of the translator as the software is 100% free, it even says so on the installer itself!
All you have to do after opening it is follow the instructions where it asks for the path of where your game is currently installed and you’ll be done in no time. It’s as easy as installing an anime portrait mod for Stardew Valley.
More languages are going to be added soon, so be on the lookout for that if the translator doesn’t have the one you’re currently looking for.