Xbox Bethesda presentation will be with Turkish subtitles

Xbox Bethesda presentation will be with Turkish subtitles

There is good news for the Xbox & Bethesda presentation and it has been announced that this presentation will be broadcast with Turkish subtitles. Although we got into the atmosphere with the opening presentation of the Summer Game Fest held last night, the E3 2021 fair starts from today. One of the most important presentations of this fair, which will be held completely digitally like last year, will be the Xbox & Bethesda presentation.

Xbox and Bethesda presentation will be with Turkish subtitles

The Xbox team, who posted a special notice for the presentation, also answered many questions about this presentation. In addition to the classic questions, such as the time of the presentation, how long it will last and what it will look like, he also wondered if there would be any other language than English. When we look at the answer to this question, it is advertised that the studies are conducted in many languages, including support for Turkish subtitles.

Among the supported languages, we see many more listed, including Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Persian, French, Russian, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Turkish, Arabic, and Greek. Of course, when there are so many language options, if there is no setback and if the subtitles work is done, the phrase has been added. At this point, we saw that a presentation that was previously said to be published in Turkish sadly was not, and that the caption work was not completed. We hope that this time the support of the Turkish language will grow and we will have the opportunity to follow the presentation in a much more pleasant way. However, the Xbox team needs to be commended for these efforts, even for trying to add so many languages.

The Xbox & Bethesda presentation, where we will access information on current games as well as new announcements, will last 90 minutes and will be broadcast on Sunday, June 13, Turkish time, at 8:00 p.m.

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