Yet another patch for Days Gone has just gone live, bringing with it a huge selection of accessibility options as well as support for three more optional challenges arriving in August.
Update 1.30 now allows you to invert the horizontal camera, camera follow tracking now works correctly, you can disable the Dualshock 4's speakers and reroute all audio through either your TV or headphones, and increase the size of subtitles. Quick time events can now require a hold of a button instead of a repeated tap, while sprint is now easier to activate.
They're welcome additions that'll help those that need them, but the patch also adds support for three more challenges coming next month. They continue to be free, arriving weekly starting on 2nd August. Update 1.30 rounds itself out with general fixes to traps that can now be placed in shallow water as well as appearing on the mini-map, and a progression fix for the "That Never Gets Old" Mission.
Will you benefit from any of these accessibility options? Craft and shoot in the comments below.
Don’t know if it’s because of that patch, but inverted look doesn’t work even if selected, need to re-select it for it to work. Not a big deal...
If games would have had accessibility options back last gen then I wouldn’t have been forced to train myself to play the correct way with non-inverted camera controls. Thank you, Infamous, for making me see the light.
The option to send the audio to the TV instead of the controller is a huge upgrade. Those NERO audio files were so loud through the controller that it broke any immersion into the game, and you can barely hear anything else.
Actually watching the awesome cinematics in spiderman rather than searching for a button prompt really helped with the immersion for me. Why spend all that time making them when people can't appreciate them cos of tapping buttons? Really like these options...
Yay, another 14gb download.
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