On the Origin page I see that this game is in polish language, but I dont know how to set it up. In game settings I dont see polish language... What am I'm doing wrong?
If there are no settings in the game try Origin.
In the game library > select "A Way out" > click the "cogwheel" > Game properties > Advanced lunch options.
Hey, so for A Way Out, and games in general, the Russian and Polish Regions have their own Redeem Codes, you might've gotten one for Europe and that's why the Polish Language is not there, alternatively you can uninstall the game, go into Origin -> Application Settings -> Switch to Polish and Reinstall the game and see if that works. Hope this helps
Did you buy the game in the polish Origin shop or are you playing on a friends pass?
@Sarverin is right, it seems that you got an international game key.
The international version supports more languages then the polish version, but not polish.
@Sarverin I already have polish language in Origin, so that wont help... but thanks for trying
Is there anything I can do? Copy language files from somebody who has polish translation?
Hello, there is no way to add a Polish language to the game, if you bought the game on Origin there would be no problem, while buying a game from the above page is not guaranteed whether it will be Polish language. In this case, nothing can be done.
@MattiuDefo is right, there is no way to add the polish language to this copy of the game.
Maybe someone will figurer out a way in the future, but even then we could not help you with this here.
You have two possible ways to go forward if you need the polish language in the game (I suspect it will only be subtitles, but I can not say that for sure.)
A: Deinstall your version completely and let you be invited by a polish friend of yours, that way you should get the polish free version.
B.) Buy the game on Origin Poland.
In addition, key selling websites, like the one you bought the game from, are hurting the game industry tremendous, especially Indy developers like Hazelight.
They also mean trouble sometimes, as you just experienced.