Valve is engaged on a ‘Single Controller Mode’ amongst its accessibility choices for Half-Life: Alyx in order that gamers who can solely function one controller can full the sport in its entirety.
In an effort to make sure as many individuals as doable can play Half-Life: Alyx, Valve is engaged on a handful of accessibility choices. One, which isn’t typically seen in VR, is a ‘Single Controller Mode’ which is able to adapt the sport to be performed by anybody who can solely function one controller.
YouTube channel Valve Information Community noticed the choice in the Half-Life: Alyx Accessibility menu which was proven briefly throughout footage of the sport which was launched earlier this week.
Different Half-Life: Alyx accessibility choices noticed within the menu embody a peak adjustment, a crouch-toggle choice (in order that gamers don’t must bodily crouch), a stand-toggle choice (so seated gamers can attain standing peak), and a lightweight sensitivity choice, which Valve Information Community expects will alter the sport’s visuals to accommodate these with epilepsy.
Valve has additionally confirmed that Half-Life: Alyx could have subtitles and interface translations for 10 completely different languages: English, French, German, Spanish-Spain, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese language, Spanish-Latin America, and Conventional Chinese language. The studio says it’s contemplating dubbing the sport in languages aside from English.