When planning to purchase Stray, you may be curious about the game's accessibility options for people with disabilities. This page of the guide explains whether they are available.
You won't find a separate tab with accessibility options in Stray. The menu tabs cover other topics, although some of the options in the main menu can somewhat facilitate gameplay for people with disabilities. These are:
- Vibration - You can turn it off.
- Show Reticule - Disabled by default. Activating it provides an additional help when looking around and planning jumps - a tiny reticule icon will appear in the center of the screen.
- Look Sensitivity - You can reduce it if it rotates too fast for you with the default settings.
- Gamma - You can make the screen brighter. This shouldn't be required, since as soon as you get B-12, you'll be able to use a very powerful flashlight.
- Motion Blur - Turned on by default and set to maximum strength. You can limit the blur strength or turn it off completely if, for example, it makes you feel sick when you rotate the camera.