Uncharted 4 designed for greater accessibility

A recent video put out by Naughty Dog shows Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was carefully crafted with accessibility in mind.

Under the game’s Accessibility menu, you’ll find options that let you hold down buttons instead of mashing them repeatedly, or enable subtle camera assistance that points out enemies during stealth sections.

UNCHARTED 4: A Thief's End - A New Adventure in Video Game Accessibility Video | PS4

These features were implemented to make it easier for gamers with physical limitations to play and enjoy the game.

For our thoughts on the final chapter of Nathan Drake’s adventure, read our review.

Sarah Marchant is an office admin for a nerdy t-shirt company. She has a soft spot for indie games, a passion for story-driven titles, and a weakness for cooking games and anything with zombies.

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