Halo Infinite wins at 2nd annual Video Games Accessibility Awards

On March 13, the second edition of the annual Video Game Accessibility Awards took place via livestream. This event is in place to help recognize and celebrate games making notable strides in the gaming industry as far as improving and incorporating accessibility options to enhance gameplay is concerned. (Via gamesindustry.biz)

Halo Infinite managed to bag two awards during the event, one for clear text and the other for training grounds. You can also catch the whole event here for more information:

Here is a comprehensive list of other entries that also managed to get awards during the event:

  • Second Channel: Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Square Enix)
  • Clear Text: Halo Infinite (343 Industries)
  • Input Reduction: Before Your Eyes (Goodbye World Games)
  • AI Assistance: Forza Horizon 5 (Playground Games)
  • Improved Precision: Far Cry 6 (Ubisoft Toronto)
  • Peer Assistance: It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios)
  • Remapping: Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker (Square Enix)
  • Training Grounds: Halo Infinite (343 Industries)
  • Ability To Bypass: Life Is Strange: True Colours (Deck Nine)

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