Sorry Mac Users, Diablo III Might Not Speak Your Language

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There are Mac owners who play video games. Some of them live in America. Some of them live in France. A few of them even live in South Korea, Poland, Taiwan, Brazil, Russia—as well as many other parts of this Earth. Like Latin America!


Blizzard has revealed what languages would be available for Diablo III, shedding an all-too-obvious light on to just how dominant Windows computers are in gaming:

For Windows users, Diablo III will be fully localised into English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, European Spanish, Italian, Polish, Russian, Korean, and Traditional Chinese.

Mac users will be able to play Diablo III in English, French and German.

So if you own a Mac and you live in any of these countries, you better start studying either English, French, or German. Or, you know, you could just get a gaming PC.


Diablo III Presale Information [ Thanks, Jorge!]

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I am actually surprised that the game will be localized in Brazilian Portuguese. When I still lived in Brazil, I had to learn English in order to fully enjoy my video games. In a way, it really helped me out because it made my move to the US that much easier that I already knew English, but it is nice to see the language supported.