The Last of Us: Part II offered absolutely unrivaled accessibility options for players who may struggle with standard games, from the ability to adjust the size of subtitles to simplified controls to audio guidance for visually impaired players.
According to a post published on the official PlayStation blog the remake of The Last of Us: Part I will also have similar gadgets. For example, the audio description of cutscenes, which is created in cooperation with Descriptive Video Works, will be added to the auxiliary tools. It provides this service for television, movies and trailers, so it can be assumed that it will be quality work from professionals who have experience with similar tasks.
Another novelty is the possibility to turn on the playback of dialogues via the DualSense controller. Thanks to haptic feedback, for example, hearing-impaired players can feel vibrations that indicate the tone or cadence of a given sentence.
Of course, there are also the classics that we already know from the previous game from the Naughty Dog studio, whether it is, for example, sound signals from where enemies are approaching, options for increasing details, adjusting colors in case of color blindness, auxiliary tools for fighting motion sickness, simplifying fights and much more another one. You can find the complete list of added improvements directly in the blog post.
Source: Games by games.tiscali.cz.
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