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Forza Horizon 5 will add on-screen sign language interpreters in a post-launch update

Forza Horizon 5 will add on-screen sign language interpreters in a post-launch update

The developers of Forza Horizon 5 plan to add on-screen sign language interpreters that will appear in picture-in-picture displays during the game's cutscenes. The feature won't be available when the game launches worldwide on November 9th, but Playground Games creative director Mike Brown wrote in a blog post on Xbox Wire that it is "coming soon."

"We're constantly listening to the community to make Forza Horizon 5 an inclusive experience for everyone to enjoy," Brown said in a blog post on Xbox Wire. “With this in mind, the team is excited to share that we are also working on American Sign Language (ASL) and British Sign Language (BSL) support for cinematics in Forza Horizon 5.” He did not offer an exact release date for the feature.

Several other accessibility features will be available in Forza Horizon 5 at launch. These include a game speed modification setting, a high contrast mode, a color blindness mode, customizable subtitles, a screen reader narrator that reads text, buttons, and other game elements aloud, and the ability to play at low speeds when playing off. Contains - Line. Includes disabling moving background.

“We want everyone in the world to be able to experience our game, and with an estimated 400 million gamers with disabilities worldwide, it is vital that all players are able to design their gameplay in a way that works for them. The Best." Brown wrote.

Forza Horizon 5 will launch on November 9 for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC. Those who have purchased the premium version or the premium add-on bundle have got access to play the game from November 5.

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