The Last of Us Part 2 has over 60 accessibility options, developer Naughty Dog has confirmed on the PlayStation Blog.
“From the very beginning, our goal has been to ensure that as many fans as possible have an opportunity to experience the game through our most robust accessibility feature set to-date,” Naughty Dog’s Matthew Gallant wrote.
“Building upon the foundations we established with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, The Last of Us Part II features more than 60 accessibility settings, with expanded options focused on fine-motor and hearing, as well as completely new features that benefit low-vision and blind players. We encourage everyone to take advantage of these features to create a gameplay experience that’s right for them.”
While you can get a listing of each setting on the post, there are options for visually-impaired, hearing-impared or motor-impared players alongside options for alternate controls (including guitar strumming) and toggles to replace repeated button presses in cutscenes. If you tend to to get motion sickness whilst playing games, Naughty Dog’s figured it has a setting that can combat that too.