Is the dialogue between Frey and Cuff starting to get on your nerves in Forspoken? You can turn off the frequency by adjusting these settings.
Forspoken has received many criticisms since it was released, but one of the most frequent complaints is the sometimes awkward and cringe-inducing dialogue held between Frey and her magical Cuff. Thankfully for players that may find this chatter annoying or distracting, you can turn the frequency of conversation between the two down in the settings.
There are a few other Cuff options that accompany the Chat Frequency Setting for players to toggle around, and they can all be found in the same location in the game’s settings menu.
“Cuff Chat Frequency” Setting Location
To locate the Cuff Chat Frequency Setting, players need to first pause the game using the Options Button. Once the game is paused, players should head to the Settings option and then scroll through the tabs until they reach the Accessibility Settings. It is here that players will find the Cuff Settings containing the coveted Cuff Chat Frequency toggle. There are different levels to this option, so players can turn the chatting down or up depending on their preference.
All Cuff Setting Options
Players can do more than just turn the amount of chatter up and down. There is a toggle setting for Cuff Compass and Cuff Compass Visibility as well. These settings will each have their own impact on the game. Details about each setting can be found below.
The Cuff Compass toggle will turn the Cuff’s ability to guide Frey to her next destination on and off. This is the glowing yellow path that shows up when the player uses Cuff’s scan ability. It will normally direct players to the location of their set destination, often leading them to the next quest or detour. Turning this off can make traversal and finding your way around a little bit more difficult, but some players may find the increased challenge enjoyable.
Cuff Compass Visibility
This setting is similar to the Cuff Compass toggle, but will instead impact the visibility of the glowing yellow path. Turning this off will make it difficult to see the path, so this setting has quite a bit of overlap with the Cuff Compass one listed above. Players wanting more of a difficulty challenge, or just wanting to explore the open-world at their own pace, may find this setting useful.
Cuff Chat Frequency
The Cuff Chat Frequency can be turned up or down to the player’s liking. There are four different levels (minimal, low, default, and high), with each increasing or decreasing the amount of talking Cuff and Frey will do. This won’t have an impact on Cuff’s dialogue during cutscenes or pivotal points in the game, so players don’t need to worry about missing anything important when this slider is turned all the way down.
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