Developer Respawn Entertainment is being conscious of Apex Legends‘ accessibility choices, and the studio is now seeking to additional enhance the sport’s accessibility for colorblind gamers.
A Respawn designer named Chad Armstrong tweeted a request to Apex Legends gamers relating to the difficulty. Armstrong led with affirmation that the studio “recently changed armor to support colorblind modes,” however acknowledged that Respawn nonetheless has quite a lot of work to do to make sure all colorblind Apex Legends gamers are on equal footing. As such, Armstrong requested for extra suggestions.
Hey, colorblind Apex gamers!
We just lately modified armor to assist colorblind modes. However, it appears like for a few of you this alteration has made issues worse.
I’m hoping to repair that, however to do this I want hear an outline of what you are experiencing! Help me make it easier to!
— Chad Armstrong (@ShishkaTweets) December 19, 2019
In a separate tweet, Armstrong referred to as for particular colorblind experiences in Apex Legends. Armstrong additionally desires the group to explain their actual sort of colorblindness, as this can, in line with him, “help a ton.” He apologized on behalf of Respawn and stated he hopes to rectify the issue.
Community responses to this point have been each tempered and useful, with many describing their particular degree of colorblindness, what hurts them (or their gameplay expertise), and the way the studio might enhance. The Apex Legends subreddit is bristling with suggestions from rising the distinction between blue and purple to decide on colours within the UI similarly to Overwatch.
Respawn has been tinkering with Apex Legends’ accessibility choices for the reason that battle royale launched on February 4, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. We praised the sport in our initial review for the way impressively accessible it’s, and several other patches since launch have solely furthered the sport’s accessibility.
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