Dead Cells is getting accessibility features, including an assist mode

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After a year in Early Access, bastard-hard action-platformer Dead Cells arrived at version 1.0 in 2018. It’s still being updated regularly, with recent additions including The Queen and the Sea DLC and free add-on Break the Bank. There’s more to come. In a recent interview with Twinfinite, marketing manager Matthew Houghton said, “When I first arrived at Dead Cells around a year ago, Arthur [Décamp, designer] showed me the game and what the team still had and I said, ‘OK, so we are only about halfway through Dead Cells now.'”

In that interview, Houghton and Décamp discussed an update that’s been in the works for the last four months, which will rework some of the older weapons, reduce the cost of early-game items, and add a substantial list of accessibility features. “Obviously, we kept in mind that Dead Cells has to remain challenging for everyone,” Houghton said, “but now you will be able to adapt the challenge to your needs and enjoy the game and tweak the experience to make it better for you.”



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