A summary of updated accessibility features for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has been added to the Playstation website (thanks to a story just published by GamesRadar). One option will let players slow down combat to give them a more suitable experience in-game, depending on their skill level. Under an accessibility features tab, players are given three options for slowing down a fight sequence. They can dial it down to 70%, bring it halfway at 50%, or 30%, since some of the fights, particulate for new players, might be more challenging.
The speed times are interchangeable, and players can revert to the original speed at any point they wish. Other accessibility features listed include screen reader support that’ll read aloud any on-screen text in menu tabs. A captions feature will present on-screen captions and audio descriptions during cinematic cutscenes.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 takes place nine months after the events of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, which served as a spin-off to the 2018 Spider-Man. If you intend to play Spider-Man 2, it’s advised that you catch up with the other titles and get caught up.
The standard edition is available for $69.99. The Digital Deluxe Edition, a bumper version with five unique suits for Peter and Miles, two additional skill points, extra photo items and more besides, is available on the Playstation website for $79.99. There’s even a collector’s edition for those willing to splash out more, available for an eye-watering and wallet draining $229.99.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is scheduled to launch on the Playstation 5 on October 20, 2023, so mark it in your calendars. Developed by Insomniac Games, the sequel will be published by Sony.
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