How to turn on Arachnophobia Mode in Grounded?

Here's how to turn on Arachnophobia Mode in Grounded.

To turn on arachnophobia mode in Grounded, you will need to load up the game and visit the accessibility settings in your options menu.

If you are already in the game, you can access options by hitting ESC and then clicking options - options will also be the under give feedback in the main menu, you can't miss it!

Under the options section, you will see an extensive list of options, and the one you will want to click is accessibility.

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After clicking accessibility, you will be able to turn on arachnophobia mode by sliding the bar as shown below all the way to the right. Doing so will turn the mode on, but what exactly does it do in the game?

Well, for starters, it will turn all spiders into strange walking blobs that look nothing like their actual forms.

They'll also have featureless heads and less color; think walking polygons that hate you. The featureless spiders will also have no fangs and no legs.

We highly recommend turning the option on if all of this sounds good to you, if you have arachnophobia, or just want to fight some strange mutant blobs.

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