“Accessibility is important”.
The upcoming award event, The Game Awards, will include audio guides for blind and low-vision fans when streamed later this week on YouTube Gaming.
In a tweet shared over the weekend, producer Geoff Keighley confirms that the live event is the first to provide audio description to visually impaired players and concludes the message with a statement that accessibility is important. It was.
Accessibility is important.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 5, 2020
As Matt summarized earlier this week, the Game Awards will be held on Thursday, December 10th, 7 pm by former Nintendo bosses Reginald Fiss Aim, Brie Larson, Stephen A. Smith, Tom Holland and others. It will be held from time to time. It’s midnight for the British people on Friday, December 11th. This year’s show will feature the “Next Release” of Dragon Age 4.
Learn more about the impact of accessibility features on gamers with disabilities, what this generation of controllers means for accessibility, and why news about next-generation controllers brings fear and uncertainty to some people. please.