Winners of the Video Game Accessibility Awards 2021 have been announced. Halo Infinite took home two awards, with the remaining ones going to Guardians of the Galaxy, Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, and some other titles.
The online event was hosted by its creators, Sony Santa Monica writer Alanah Pearce and AbleGamers senior director Steven Spohn.
The full list of winners
- Clear Text (for the in-game text and interfaces readability) — Halo Infinite
- Training Grounds (for giving players a place to improve their skill outside the main game) — Halo Infinite
- Second Channel (for giving players a second means or interface to get the information they may need to progress) — Guardians of the Galaxy
- Ability to Bypass (for giving players an opportunity to skip or bypass sections they can’t engage with) — Life is Strange: True Colors
- Remapping (for allowing players to reconfigure standard controls) — Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker
- AI Assistance (for games that help players progress using assistance from in-game AI) — Forza Horizon 5
- Input Reduction (for allowing players to decrease the amount of input reduction needed to undertake a sequence of actions required by the game) — Before Your Eyes
- Improved Precision (for letting players customize precision) — Far Cry 6
- Peer Assistance (for helping players progress with the help of another player) — It Takes Two