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"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of GRTV News, today we have a really interesting one for you because Sony, or rather Insomniac Games has announced a bunch of the accessibility features that's going to be available in Marvel's Spider-Man 2. Now these are features that are, they should be celebrated more to be honest, they just provide better opportunities for more people to be able to enjoy these fantastic games. And in Marvel's Spider-Man 2, one of the really unique features that's going to be available is the ability to actively slow down time. So with that being the case, let's dive into the news piece and see how this is being offered up. Marvel's Spider-Man 2 will let you slow down time. No, unfortunately this won't be a new power for Miles or Peter, but it will be an accessibility option. The PlayStation store page for Marvel's Spider-Man 2 has been updated, giving us a new look at some of the accessibility options that will be available when the game launches on the 20th of October. By scrolling down to the very bottom of the web page you'll see the FAQs for Marvel's Spider-Man 2 which detail the accessibility settings. We'll be getting screen reader support, on-screen captions and the ability to slow down the game's speed, effectively slowing down time. You can slow down gameplay by 30%, 50% and 70% before changing it back to normal whenever you wish, giving you more time to adjust to the fast-paced action going on around you. This isn't the first game to do this as The Last of Us Part 2 offered a similar feature. We're likely to see a lot more accessibility options when the game releases too. So yeah, it's interesting, you know, it's this ability to be able to slow down the game to make it more widely accessible to a broader audience. Yes, there's gonna be more accessibility options. PlayStation games always have these really broad accessibility suites, so there will be more accessibility options announced for Marvel's Spider-Man 2, likely as we get much closer to launch. But yeah, as we have said, so far this web page has revealed a few different things which, you know, on top of the slowing down time, which isn't really slowing down time, it's slowing down the game's speed, which is, you know, by extension sort of making the game feel like it's happening more slowly. But yeah, on top of that, there's also going to be screen reader support, which is also incredible. On-screen captions, which is handy for literally everyone, I think. And yeah, so various different ways for you to be able to enjoy Marvel's Spider-Man 2 beyond the raw way that Insomniac intended it to be played as well. But yeah, as we know more about this game, which we're expecting to learn more about Marvel's Spider-Man 2 over the coming weeks anyway, and months, because it is, again, set for release in about two months time on the 20th of October. So yeah, as we know more about this game, we'll be sure to keep you posted and updated. But otherwise, yeah, it's nearly here. Expect our review to be coming around launch time as well. That's something we'll definitely be taking a lot of interest in. So yeah, thank you for watching today's episode of GRTV News. This is unfortunately the time we have on this one. Nice and quick one, but I think it's a positive one. You know, we don't talk about accessibility options all that much these days. But yeah, we'll be back now tomorrow with the next one. So until then, hope you enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, and we'll see you on the next one."
"Take care, everyone."