Gearbox announced today that the upcoming Borderlands 3 will have a number of accessibility features.
Most notably, you can fully remap all of the controls, whether you’re playing on console or PC. This makes Borderlands 3 fully compatible with the Xbox Adaptive Controller.
In addition, players will be able to toggle headbob, auto-mantling, and aim assist options. There will also be extensive closed captioning options (including adjustable text size and opacity) as well as options for color blindness.
Gearbox also unveiled a new pinging system that “allows you to quickly and effectively communicate with your co-op partners without speaking. If you ping enemies, loot chests, guns, or other key points of interest in the game world, those interest points are highlighted in-world and on the mini-map for all players to see, and your character fires off a contextually-relevant VO line.”
Watch the game in action from this year’s E3: