Naughty Dog has released a new trailer for The Last of Us: Part 1 that focuses on accessibility options.

In addition, the company takes a closer look at the accessibility options in the game on PlayStation Blog. At The Game Awards in 2020, Naughty Dog already won an award for innovation in accessibility for The Last of Us: Part 2 and many options have been included in this remake.

One of the biggest new features is movie audio descriptions, which can be turned on for all available languages ​​in the game. It is also possible to have the dialogues played through the speakers of the DualSense controller. Then special haptic feedback is also provided by the controller, allowing a deaf player to “feel how a sentence is being pronounced”.

In addition to the accessibility options trailer, a video has also been released comparing a Boston location from the game to the original version. Both videos can be viewed below.

The Last of Us: Part 1 can be played in either native 4k at 30 fps or dynamic 4k at 60 fps and uses various DualSense options such as haptic feedback, the adaptive triggers and 3D audio.

The game has been completely rebuilt to take advantage of improved graphics. That provides much more detail – bullets can destroy concrete – and a seamless transition between movies and gameplay. The animation of characters has also been made much more realistic and the artificial intelligence of enemies has improved.

There are also several additional options in the game, including more than 60 accessibility options, new unlockable clothes for Joel and Ellie, a ‘permadeath’ mode and a mode for speedrunners.

The Last of Us: Part 1 will be released on September 2 for PlayStation 5. The game should also come to PC sometime after that.