On this page of the FIFA 22 guide, you will find information about accessibility settings and where to find them.
FIFA 22 offers numerous options to help people with various disabilities have fun with the game. All these settings are found in a menu called Accessibility - in the game options.
Below is a list of available accessibility options in FIFA 22:
- Color blindness: allows the color palette to be adjusted for color blindness disorder - protanopia (not recognizing red), deuteranopia (not recognizing green), tritanopia (not recognizing blue);
- Brightness: allows you to change the brightness of the image;
- Contrast: allows you to change the contrast settings;
- Large player indicators: increases the indicators displayed above the players' heads during the match;
- Right menu stick (also applies to keys): this allows you to navigate the menu with the right stick and arrow keys. Outside the menu, both sticks (and keys) keep their default functions;
- Left stick instead of bumpers and triggers (also applies to keys): this assigns actions performed with bumpers and triggers while browsing available setting groups to the left stick. The change also affects the keys assigned to those controller buttons, and only applies in the game settings and control customization screens;
- Larger clickable items: increases all clickable menu items;
- On-screen pause button in a match: causes a pause button to appear at the top of the screen during a match, allowing you to pause the match with a mouse click.