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Every gamer wants to escape the world they’re in, and immerse themselves in a new reality. That’s the magic of video games. Gamers from the accessibility community — people with disabilities, such as blind and low-vision players — want that same immersive experience.
The video game industry has been taking huge strides toward increased inclusivity and accessibility. It’s a hugely powerful, vital movement — with one gamer’s reaction to accessibility settings in The Last of Us Part II going viral. Not only is accessibility the right thing to do, it’s also a whole market of people that are hungry