Primarily, the video game Forza Horizon 5 also supports sign language interpreters with its accessible features.
Playground Games have committed themselves to the development of Forza Horizon 5 accessible features on the start / finish flag, so that the estimated 400 million players with disabilities can enjoy the best possible gaming experience.
In a blog post, Creative Director Mike Brown hated accessibility features in the racing game.
- Setting to change the game speed, which allows players to play Forza Horizon 5 at a reduced speed when playing offline; this function is great for newbies and those who want more time to get through the game.
- High Contrast mode, which changes colors to make things like menus and text easier for players to see.
- Color blindness mode, which enables color blind players to better recognize game elements. Players can adjust these color blindness settings independently for the user interface and game graphics.
- We delete both subtitles, who is important is an individual adjustment. With these you can:
- Switch subtitles on or off
- set the script size
- adjust the opacity of the background
- Highlight keywords
- Use of the fonts from Menu and Game.
- A screen reader that reads text, buttons, and other elements aloud.
- Text-to-speech and speech-to-text options for players participating in voice chat who need to receive synthetic voice or voice chat as synthetic text.
- Ability to turn off backgrounds moved.
- Setting the notification duration that players can use to set long in-game notifications.
- But that’s not all. Forza Horizon 5 is the first blockbuster game Signal to add a sign language interpreter.
We are currently working on a feature for the film sequences with the support of American Sign Language (ASL) and British Sign Language (BSL). ASL / BSL interpreters were then faded into the cutscenes on the right as picture-in-picture displays.
The accessibility features were also presented in the video: