Hi to all the member of this comunity: i Still have 2 problems with Risen 2:
The subtitles in italian language during the dialogs are missing but appears to me that there's no way to activate them, or i'm in wrong way?
Second.. I have a bonus activation code for the dlc TReasure island given to me by Amazon but i don't know where i have to write it down.. surely not in game but when and where??? Thank you!!!!
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29.04.2012 19:29 -
Dialog subtitles lessings and problem to insert DLC BOnus Attivation Code#1
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- Dec 2006
29.04.2012 20:01 #2
DLCs are unlocked via Steam. Start it, go online and then open the "Games" menu on the top of the Steam window. Select "Activate a Product on Steam" (see this Screenshot). Then simply follow the instructions, you will be asked for the code. If everything worked correctly, you can start Risen 2 and look in the Extras menu to see your unlocked content.
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29.04.2012 22:22 -
If you do not manage to modify the voice or subtitle language with the normal Steam menus, you can change them in the config file:
Valid values for SubtitleLanguage are "German", "English", "Italian" (?), "Spanish" (?), or "French" (?)
02.05.2012 12:27 -
Change German Help#4
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- May 2012
02.05.2012 17:43 #5
If you are not able to change the voice audio neither via the menus nor via the config file, it might be that the audio files are not on your PC. Which language do you hear ?
In Steam, there is an option to check the integrity of the cache. Is there a similar function to check the integrity of the downloaded files ?
EDIT: according Deep Silver FAQ (German section), the option for checking the game files for errors exists (right click game play icon in the Steam interface > properties > local files). But I cannot see it on the screenshot provided by foobar. Maybe a confusion with "delete local game content" (or my German very bad) ?Last edited by André Feroi; 02.05.2012 at 18:06.