- The supernatural gameplay at the heart of Life is Strange: True Colors is built around tapping into the brightly colored auras surrounding other characters, and diving into the strong emotions they represent.
- Making this extremely visual, color-driven power accessible to players with Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) was emblematic of the Deck Nine team’s approach to accessibility, as they crafted new solutions and aimed for the most inclusive Life is Strange yet.
- While delivering on that aspiration, we know there will always be more to work towards. We look forward to making ever-more accessible innovations in future Square Enix titles, with feedback and guidance from our in-house Accessibility Team, and from our partners at…
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