Cult of the Lamb is available on practically every platform available which is accessible by definition, but what kind of accessibility options are there in the game? As a fast-paced, flashy, cult quest rollercoaster, Cult of the Lamb should be a game that all can enjoy. Updates are continuing for the experience and there are some excellent accessibility additions. Here are all of the Cult of the Lamb accessibility options.
All Accessibility Options in Cult of the Lamb
Some of the accessibility settings are shown above and there is a great selection of choices to tailor the experience slightly more toward what you may be looking for. Along with that, in one of the more major updates, extra accessibility options were added. These were: Auto Fishing, Auto Cooking, and even a hold-action toggle option.
A lot of the Cult of the Lamb accessibility options focus on the motion: screenshake sensitivity, reduce camera motion, animated text, and flashing lights. The level of detail in the art department is astounding in Cult of the Lamb, but the developers respect the players that need as little motion on the screen as possible. Another two accessibility options in Cult of the Lamb are text scale, which is pretty common in games, and dithering fade distance. Dithering fade distance is how big the bubble of clarity will be around your character when you step behind objects in the foreground.
We would have loved to see accessibility features surrounding color blindness, but sadly, that is not in the current version of Cult of the Lamb. The controls have three types of layouts to choose from, and some remapping as well.
That is all of the accessibility features in Cult of the Lamb. Before you get busy learning how to unlock all the tarot cards in the game, it’s definitely worthwhile to have a look through the accessibility options to work out if there are any that you would like activated.
Cult of the Lamb is available at this very moment on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
- This article was updated on January 19th, 2023