As we all transitioned into 2021, one thing that loomed on Bradford's mind while introducing his daughter to more MMOs was something that may go unnoticed by many, but affect thousands of players across the entire games industry: Accessibility. Bradford explores this and how future (and even some present) MMOs can ensure that more people can enjoy the game worlds that shape many of us.
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is a hot ticket right now, but not everyone is happy with Ubisoft's accessibility options. Despite the game just releasing, the team has heard pleas to make the game more accessible, and is determined to address these issues, as they affirmed in a tweet earlier today. Ubisoft also ran a nearly 2-hour developer stream earlier today, so those who may have missed it might want to check it out.
Release notes for the most recent Sea of Thieves patch 18.104.22.168 point to a bunch of fixed issues, along with some improvements and accessibility features.