Sony details all the details of the various accessibility features available for their remake of “The Last of Us” for PS5

The recently launched remake of the game, “The Last Of Us” for PS5 has many accessibility options. Sony has detailed all those options that will be available in the game. The remake for PS5 was released a week ago. 

The remake presents accessibility features that have been developed by keeping “The Last of Us Part II” as the baseline. The new accessibility features have been created around it. One of the useful feature of the remake is audio-description for the cut scenes. Director Matthew Gallant asserted that te audio description will work with all their localized languages. 

Another amazing feature is the ability to experience dialogue as haptick feedback with the use of DualSense controller. Gallant stated that with the use of this even a deaf player will be able to feel the way a dialogue is delivered. Along with it the deaf user will be able to feel the emphasis, along with the subtitles to gain some sense of how the line is delivered. 

It is suggested that interested users should go through the complete blog by Sony in order to learn about all the features available. 

The Last of Us Part I is meant to be launched on 2 September 2022. Additionally developers are developing the game for PC. However, Sony has not announced a released date for it yet. 


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