Developer Playground Games implements a new obstacle-free feature in its racing game “Forza Horizon 5”.
Playground Games has a new accessible feature this week for its racing game “Forza Horizon 5”
It is not often used in games – a sign language interpreter. The function will be integrated into the game soon after release. However, the studio is yet to announce a specific date.
The sign language interpreter appears in the corner of the screen during the cutscene in Forza Horizon 5. In the options, players can choose between American and British Sign Language. Other barrier-free functions of the game include game speed reduction, contrast enhancement, subtitles, and a mode for color-blind players.
“Forza Horizon 5” for PC and Xbox One, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles will be released tomorrow, Tuesday. The racing game is also part of Xbox Game Pass and will be included in subscriptions starting tomorrow. Game Pass’s Premium Edition owners can dive into the world of “Forza Horizon 5” starting today.
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