The Last of Us Part II had been celebrated for its accessibility options, allowing for deaf and low-vision players to play the game, and now Naughty Dog is adding the same options to The Last of Us Part I.
Check out the trailer:
While the game tries its best to be able to be customized for visually impaired players, there have also been audio descriptions added for players who are hard of hearing. The accessibility options also allow for players to be able to alter the controls, seeing that there could be some players who could have a harder time playing with the regular controls.
If anything, Naughty Dog had definitely gone above and beyond to make The Last of Us Part II accessible to a minority group of players, and it’s going to be great that they will be able to add all the same options to the first game.
Though there are some fans who are complaining about the hefty price tag of the remake, I think it’s going to be a great jumping-off point for players who haven’t even tried the first game.
Re-experience the game that set a new bar for single-player narrative storytelling with The Last of Us™ and explore a ravaged and hardened world, where every action has a brutal consequence for Joel and Ellie.
Winner of over 200 Game of The Year Awards, completely rebuilt for the PlayStation®5 console.
The Last of Us Part I releases for PS5 on Sept. 2. No release date has been set for the PC version, but it is currently in the works.