Microsoft wants feedback from Deaf and hard of hearing players

Xbox Research is looking for deaf and hard of hearing players to assist in a survey. The survey is seeking Xbox players over the age of 16 and from a range of differently-abled backgrounds. However, special mention has been made of deaf and hard of hearing players in this instance.

The survey takes between 20 and 25 minutes and asks players about the experiences, which genres they’d like toplay and what has prevented them from doing so.

You can access the survey online.

Recently, Naughty Dog has received praise for the 60+ accessibility options included in The Last of Us Part II which enables even vision impaired players to fully complete the game.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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