How to Skip Cutscenes in Forspoken

 How to Skip Cutscenes in Forspoken

The action role-playing game Forspoken focuses on Frey Holland, a young woman who is transferred from New York City to a fantastical planet called Athia. Her magical abilities help her to survive and find her way home.

Story-driven games do not always allow you to skip cutscenes. But some games let you skip the cinematics using various techniques to skip the plot and get back into the action, and others do not. Let’s see in this guide how to skip cutscenes in Forspoken.


How to Skip Cutscenes in Forspoken?

To skip cutscenes in Forspoken,

  • For PS5 users, click the options button, while for PC users, hit ESC.
  • Selecting this will open a menu with a variety of options.
  • In the main menu, there is an option to skip the cutscene entirely. If you choose this option, the cutscene will not be shown.

When you want to go through cutscenes faster, simply press the interact button, which defaults to X, and you will skip the conversation, allowing you to skip through cutscenes faster.

Cuff Settings in Forspoken

In the case of the Cuff being your main problem, you can easily fix it. Scroll down until you find “Cuff Settings” in the Accessibility menu to disable the incessant blabbering. If you set the Cuff Chat Frequency to “Minimal,” it will no longer comment on each step you take. Despite this setting, the Cuff will still communicate when necessary. This option will assist in reducing white noise during the fighting, but will not have an effect on cutscenes.

This was all about how to skip cutscenes in Forspoken. We’ll have more information on the game soon, so be sure to check out our other guides so you don’t miss anything.

Anjali Patel

I am a political science graduate and turned my hobby into a passion. When I am not writing, I am playing games. I love games that revolve around the main “Hero” character. My love for COD started when I was 18 and since then it has been growing. Other games that I love are Assasin’s Creed, Grand Theft Auto V. Currently building an affair with the story-based games.

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