Continuing its barrage of Diablo 4 details ahead of launch, Blizzard Entertainment has revealed the upcoming action RPG’s accessibility options. Button remapping is available for both controller and mouse, and you can toggle skills instead of holding buttons.
You can also swap left and right sticks, enable Persist Target Lock to ensure attacks remain focused on an enemy, and cinematic subtitles (with options to change the scaling, font color, background opacity and more). There’s even speech-to-text, transcribing your words through the mic for chat, options for resizing fonts and the cursor, and audio cues in-game.
Those who want to hear cues only when Legendary items drop can make that happen. A screen reader for reading text on menus and shops read out and highlighting for players, NPCs, objects, and more (with different color options) is also available. Blizzard seeks to add even more options in the future based on feedback.
Diablo 4 launches on June 6th for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC. It goes live on June 2nd for Deluxe and Ultimate Edition owners.
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