In recent years Microsoft has been attentive to the theme of video game accessibility and the latest Xbox Game Studios masterpiece seems to fully embody this kind of mentality. Forza Horizon 5 allows you to use the language of signs directly on screen.
The last effort of Playground Games has gone beyond the industry’s standards, raising the bar of accessibility in video games by a long time. Forza Horizon 5, the new racing title of London studio, among the various languages that will be made available in the game also includes the sign, with so many interpreters that will appear directly on the screen. As Creative Director Mike Brown recently explained, “We constantly listen to the community to make Horizon 5 a truly inclusive experience for everyone. With this in mind, the team is excited to reveal that we are working on support for American (ASL) and British (BSL) sign language for Force Horizon 5” footage.
The interpreters will appear in a picture-in-picture pane, allowing all colors who have hearing problems to fully enjoy the game. Although the official launch date of this feature has not yet been announced, developers have guaranteed that it will be here soon. At present, support is limited to “anglophone” languages but it is not excluded that in the future more can be added.
Before leaving you, we remind you of Forza Horizon 5 will be released on November 9th on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. On our pages you can find the review of Forza Horizon 5.