I've already finished the game a couple of days ago, but I just started on a new game plus, and I've put on some extra accessibility options just for fun. I'm also including the difficulty customization into this. I beat the game on survivor on my first go, and on this playthrough, I'm doing custom. For player, enemies, and stealth I have those set to survivor, but allies and resources I have set to very light as I want my allies to be 'smart' too, and I don't necessarily need to have fewer supplies this go and I think it'll keep it fun. On my first playthrough, I set the repeated button presses to hold since tapping stuff isn't that fun for QTE-like moments or simple actions like lifting a garage door. I also changed the boat controls so holding R2 would accelerate instead of holding forward on the stick. I feel I have more control over the boat that way. I think the best thing is having auto pick-up for items so I don't have to keep tapping triangle as I scavenge. I turned the FOV and camera distance up to five. And lastly, for on my first playthrough, I turned the navigation assistance on so I know where not to go first as I wanted to search every part of the environment before progressing through the story.
Now, on my second playthrough, on top of those, I turned on enhanced listen mode with the range and time set to the highest to make sure I get everything that I may not have gotten on my first go without messing with the contrast which would take me out of the experience; infinite breath because why not? I have it so hostages can't escape. I didn't have an issue with that in the first game nor this one, but again, it allows for possibly a different experience that will have me try different things. I turned weapon sway off. Again, like the hostage, I don't have an issue with the sway, but since I've already finished the game, I'm kind of treating it like a weapon upgrade. Lastly, although I'm not sure how much I'll use it, I have slow motion set to toggle. It's pretty goofy. It makes the characters sound drunk. It could be handy later on maybe. Anyways, what about you guys? Are you using any accessibility options? I enjoyed that gameplay a lot on my first playthrough, but changing it up this time around could give me a different experience.