Horizon Forbidden West’s Burning Shores enlargement is now reside (with our evaluate coming in a number of days), and we won’t wait to dive in. Its mysterious waters will be made much less foreboding, nevertheless, with the inclusion of an fascinating accessibility choice added alongside it, known as Thalassophobia Mode.
Thalassophobia is an intense phobia or fear of large bodies of deep or dark water. In folks bothered, the worry of what could possibly be lurking within the depths will be so overwhelming it could stop them from venturing close to the water’s edge, with zero probability of them getting in. If you’ve got ever met somebody so terrified of spiders they can not stand to see even an image of 1, it is type of like that, however clearly way more debilitating by way of journey.
To help with this in-game, Thalassophobia Mode “aims to ease thalassophobia symptoms by improving underwater ambient visibility and allowing you to breathe indefinitely, regardless of story progression”, in response to the Burning Shores FAQ.
It’s a cool addition, and we have all felt the stress of a very taxing underwater degree in video games earlier than, so it is not arduous to narrate. This humble scribe typically feels the Sonic drowning music reverberate by way of his whole psyche as one other deadline inevitably attracts nearer, for instance. What do you consider the continued dedication to accessibility on show in Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores? Share your biggest fears within the feedback part beneath.