Multiplayer survival horror Dead by Daylight has announced an accessibility menu will be available in an upcoming update. The official Twitter account posted a tweet with a video showing off the new menu tab, and a glance at the options available.
The new accessibility menu heading to Dead by Daylight is placed right next to the General settings area, allowing players quicker navigation to their desired settings. It’s unclear from the video if the options available are unique to this menu or if they are spread out across other categorized areas.
The video shows various features that can be adjusted. There are options to adjust the subtitles background and text size, and a separate option for large text, possibly for UI. There are colorblind modes along with a sensitivity adjustment. There’s also a field of view option available listed under the motion sickness area.
Developer Behaviour Interactive has been improving the accessibility in Dead by Daylight for a while now. The studio appears to be taking feedback mostly from the community. Last year the studio released an update that removed a button-mashing input sequence and colorblind modes were also introduced.