Sony Interactive Entertainment has started rolling out accessibility tags in the PlayStation Store for its PlayStation 5. announced.
Accessibility tags allow developers to provide detailed information about the accessibility features supported by their game.To access these tags, visit the PlayStation Store page for games that support accessibility tags.[三角形]Press the button.
Here are the details:
Accessibility tags are available for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 games in the PlayStation Store on PlayStation 5. If versions are available for both the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 platforms, you can compare the accessibility tags for each from the dropdown menu.
Accessibility tags make it easy to see if the games you want to play have the accessibility options you’re looking for. Below is a sample of over 50 accessibility tags for game developers to choose from in her six categories.
- Visual accessibility features such as clear text, large text, alternate colors, audio cues, and directional audio indicators.
- Audio features such as volume control, mono audio, screen readers, and visual cue alternatives.
- Options for subtitles and captions, including subtitle size, clear captions, and large captions.
- Control options such as button remapping, thumbstick sensitivity, ability to hold button to play, fast button presses, and motion controls.
- Gameplay options such as difficulty settings, skippable puzzles, simplified quick time events, and game speed.
- Online communication options such as text or voice chat transcription and ping communication.
The PlayStation Store accessibility tag for PlayStation 5 will be gradually released to players this week.at the start of various games such as Days Gone, Death Stranding Director’s Cut, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Edition, god of war, War God Ragnarok, Gran Turismo 7, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apartand return Supports accessibility tags. We have just started rolling out this feature and will be working with a wide range of developers to bring it to Game Hub on PlayStation 5 in the coming weeks and months.
Watch a video of accessibility tags in action below.