I am trying to build a localization system for games. And I have stumbled upon a problem where in Unity you basically have to change all the text in
Text components / any other references like audio - when loading a game every time.
To better explain it - if the default language is English and user decided to change language to any other. Even if you localize all the files used in the game via code, later on you will have to do it again, when user loads the game after quiting it. Because components don't persist data changed via code in run-time.
How do I make it so that user would be able to change the language once, and all of those references and text... would persist and didn't require re-set up every time the game is loaded? Is that even possible in Unity?
Or should I just localize after the game has been made. And just allow people to download different language versions. But then again, it makes it difficult for people who want to change their language.