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All accessibility options in Hi-Fi Rush, explained!

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The evolution of accessibility options has been a great thing to see in recent years. Everyone should have a chance to play whatever game they want if possible, so giving anyone with certain disabilities a chance to work around them is a good thing. With Hi-Fi Rush so focused on using the music around you and interacting with what you see and hear, it’s important that it has good accessibility options so everyone can play it. If you’ve been looking at the accessibility options and are a little confused, here’s a breakdown.

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What do all the accessibility options mean in Hi-Fi Rush?

The accessibility menu in Hi-Fi Rush can be located by going to Options and pressing the tab key all the way to the right. Below are all the settings in this area.

  • Font size – sets the size of the translation UI and character speaking, it can be small or large
  • Color Blind Mode – Allows you to set the colors to a specific setting depending on your type of color blindness and then adjust the intensity, choose between Off, Deuteranopia, Protanopia or Tritanopia
  • Cutscene Subtitles – Enable or disable subtitles in scenes
  • Cutscene Speaker Name – Enable or disable the display of the speaking character’s name when subtitles are turned on
  • Cutscene Subtitle Background – Places a black background behind the subtitles to make them stand out more
  • Cut subtitle background transparency – Determines how clear the subtitle background is
  • Context translation – Makes translations appear for type in the environment that might be difficult to read, such as tags
  • Action Voice Translation – Subtitles for callouts players make during gameplay, not story-related content
  • Auto move mode – makes it able to perform attack combos and dribbles by pressing any attack button, other actions can still be used besides these actions, but you only need to press one button with the beat
  • One Button Rhythm Game – Makes all rhythm games playable with the press of a button but still requires precise button press timing
  • Beat Visualization (808) – Allows you to choose from three visual displays of the 808 beats

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