Accessibility The Final of Us Half 1 provides DualSense haptic suggestions for subtitles

Re-release and remastered upgrade of Naughty Dog from The last of us for PlayStation 5 will bring new visuals, new game featuresand, as described in PlayStation Blog Friday, a number of accessibility options both new and returning from The Last of Us Part 2. One of those new features leverages the PS5’s DualSense controller features in an exciting new way.

The Last of Us Part 1 game director Matthew Gallant said that Naughty Dog will improve subtitles for in-game dialogue using the controller’s vibration feature. new to The Last of Us Part 1 is “a feature that plays dialogue through the PS5 DualSense controller as haptic feedback. That way, a deaf player can feel the way a dialogue is delivered, can feel the emphasis, along with subtitles to give an idea of ​​how the sentence is conveyed,” said Gallant.

“We expect this to be an accessible experience for visually impaired players, for deaf players, for players with motor accessibility needs,” Gallant said. “The biggest new feature we have is audio descriptions for cinematics. We partnered with Descriptive Video Works, a professional service setting out TV, film, and video game trailers, and integrated it into cutscenes and in all of our local languages.”

You can see and hear a preview of these accessibility features at The Last of Us Part 1 in the video above. On the PlayStation Blog, Naughty Dog outlines a long list of accessibility features coming to its PS5 games, which include presets aimed at visual, auditory, and motor accessibility, as well as granular control options, visual aids and zooming, motion sickness. considerations, game difficulty settings, and interface options.

The Last of Us Part 1 will be released on PS5 on September 2.

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