There are 2 ways to enable/disable text to speech or screen reading options for Game of Thrones: Conquest.
Within the Game
You can enable screen reading within the game by rapidly tapping 3 times with 3 fingers, or by toggling the option under Settings > Accessibility > Screen Reader.
If you accidentally enable the screen reader, rapidly tapping 3 times with 3 fingers will disable it again.
This shortcut can used on the loading screen or during the initial tutorials before you have access to the settings menu.
Outside the game
For iOS users, you can also access screen reading use your device's built in VoiceOver options. These can be enabled from your device's settings menu.
Android's TalkBack (enabled by holding volume up + volume down) is not currently supported. Players on Android devices should use the in-game screen reader instead.
Please note, if you enabled screen reading through your device's settings menu or other text to speech apps, it can not be disabled using the in-game settings or shortcut. You must go through your device settings to disable.
Once enabled, on-screen text will be read aloud if your device’s volume is turned up.
Highlighted text and buttons will appear with a green square surrounding them.
Swipe left or right to highlight different options on the screen.
Tap twice to select or press a highlighted option/button.