So, many players know that Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is a hot ticket right now, but not everyone is happy with Ubisoft’s accessibility features. Even though the game has literally just been released, the game team has heard requests to make the game more or less accessible and they want to solve this problem, as they have already stated in their tweet. Also, Ubisoft also launched a nearly 2-hour developer stream earlier today, so those who may have missed it might want to check it out.
A lot of players who are looking for better accessibility have not been left untouched and unnoticed by Ubisoft, as the team not only fully agreed with the players that these accessibility options are likely to be implemented, but the team itself believes that the pursuit of better accessibility options should be done only after the release of their games.
To the accessibility community – we heard your feedback and want to thank you. Your input is extremely valuable as we work toward designing for accessibility from the get-go. Stay tuned for improvements in a future update!
— Assassin's Creed (@assassinscreed) November 11, 2020
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