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How to turn off narrations in Forza Horizon 5

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Forza Horizon 5 is a huge and open world, and it has a lot going on. There’s a lot to learn for new fans coming to the series. And even for old fans returning, there’s a lot to get used to. The new game has added new events and race types, and redone a lot of technical aspects. Forza Horizon 5 also added some new mechanics to wrangle.

The added complexity of many new mechanics might have confused some new players. If you’re new to the franchise, you can find a bunch of different things to do, and the complexity might overwhelm you. There are actually a bunch of difficulty options to help with this. You can adjust assists to make racing easier. And the amount of car customization is pretty nuts, too, offering plenty of options. Get out there and have fun.

You can also buy and sell cars to expand your garage. Players wanting to game online have that option as well, exploring the world with friends.

How to turn off narrations in Forza Horizon 5

What if you want to jump off without the annoying voiceover? That’s a thing you can do. Here’s how to turn off narrations in Forza Horizon 5. This little feature is a way for the game to help read off prompts and menus to players. It’s very helpful for those with visual impairments to be able to understand what they’re looking at on busy menus. Not all players like it, though, so here’s how to turn it off.

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At the start screen, press X to bring up the Accessibility settings in the menu. This is the menu where you can adjust a bunch of different things, like visual effects, subtitle sizes and more.

To turn off narration, just scroll down to the ‘Screen Reader’ option. This will be set to System Default when you first see it. You can change it to off.

Also, take a chance to set up your audio settings for games and effects volume in the Audio section of the main menu as well.

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