Video games allow people of all kinds to experience amazing creations, connect with people from all over the world, and be part of countless stories in a way that is not possible by other means. However, something that has always been a stumbling block for a significant portion of the gaming community is accessibility. As accessibility in games becomes increasingly important, many developers and teams struggle to make their inclusiveness ambitions a reality.
How can these developers ensure that their games are accessible to as many players as possible without taking anything away from the experiences they have built? Microsoft has invested heavily to answer this question. Microsoft …
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