Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - Accessibility Options To Consider

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has everything you need to have an out-of-this-world time alone or with a friend. It even has a host of accessibility options that can help make your brick-breaking battle across the galaxy feel the right way. Instead of being out of step with the Force, take a look at how you can adjust The Skywalker Saga's display and behavior to your individual needs. After all, you won't uncover all of the secrets of Star Wars if you're not one with the Force. Here are some of the best accessibility options that are worth considering for your playthrough of Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.1. SubtitlesThe scrolling words that play at the beginning of each film's story section are great, but I need to read throughout the whole game. If you're like me and also need subtitles on to have any idea of what's going on, you're in luck. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga lets you turn on subtitles for the entire game, as well as changing how the words look and display on-screen, so you can get things exactly the right way. You're gonna need it too, with nine whole movies to take in. Unless, you're a fan of classic Lego theatre, in which case, there's Mumble Mode.2. Automatic Health RecoveryLego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can get chaotic fast, especially during some of the more large-scale battles or some of the more intense one-on-one encounters. Enabling Automatic Health Recovery in the accessibility options will give you more time to breathe in the moments you need it. It's also perfect if you're more interested in the ride itself, and less so on bumping into things along the way. It also combines nicely with another thoughtful inclusion, which is Fall Recovery.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - Accessibility Options To Consider

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has everything you need to have an out-of-this-world time alone or with a friend. It even has a host of accessibility options that can help make your brick-breaking battle across the galaxy feel the right way. Instead of being out of step with the Force, take a look at how you can adjust The Skywalker Saga's display and behavior to your individual needs. After all, you won't uncover all of the secrets of Star Wars if you're not one with the Force. Here are some of the best accessibility options that are worth considering for your playthrough of Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

1. Subtitles

The scrolling words that play at the beginning of each film's story section are great, but I need to read throughout the whole game. If you're like me and also need subtitles on to have any idea of what's going on, you're in luck. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga lets you turn on subtitles for the entire game, as well as changing how the words look and display on-screen, so you can get things exactly the right way. You're gonna need it too, with nine whole movies to take in. Unless, you're a fan of classic Lego theatre, in which case, there's Mumble Mode.

2. Automatic Health Recovery

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can get chaotic fast, especially during some of the more large-scale battles or some of the more intense one-on-one encounters. Enabling Automatic Health Recovery in the accessibility options will give you more time to breathe in the moments you need it. It's also perfect if you're more interested in the ride itself, and less so on bumping into things along the way. It also combines nicely with another thoughtful inclusion, which is Fall Recovery.

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