In Late Shift [PEGI 18], players make choices to decide which way the story unfolds. On PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, these choices are made using the Left Stick on a controller. The A or Cross button is used to confirm the choice. Each choice needs to be made quickly before the timer runs out. Otherwise, a decision will automatically be made. The timer can be seen underneath the choices as a reducing white line. On PC, a mouse cursor and Left Click can be used to play, but not keyboard keys. Compatible Alternative cursor inputs could be used, if the selection method is quick enough to select a choice in the time allowed. In this instance we will demonstrate playing using an eye gaze camera for cursor control. Here we are using a relatively fast Dwell with the eye gaze. A Dwell means keeping the cursor still for a set amount of time to perform a Left Click. The use of a blink or switch if possible could work as a quicker click alternative for some eye gaze users.
In Late Shift [PEGI 18], players make choices to decide which way the story unfolds.
In this video we look at the controls required for Late Shift on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
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Video by Bill Donegan
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