The CIPT Codex is a new database that adds relevant links to games, publishers, and developers, and looks to enhance the browsing experience.
Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed a new PlayStation website that highlights the accessibility of its consoles and games.
After another year of video games across the industry, it's time to announce the winners of the Can I Play That? Accessibility Awards 2021
The Can I Play That? Accessibility Awards 2021 are now available for public voting and our Susan Banks Advocacy Award is sponsored by Ubisoft.
The Game Awards 2021 event will have accessibility in mind with subtitles and ASL and audio descriptive streams available to users online.
The Ministry of Transport issued a new appeal that finds German Games Funding applicants to explain accessibility plans for their projects.
The PlayStation Store just revealed a new Collection that focuses specifically on highlighting games with notable accessibility features.
Xbox has announced that it will be launching a Gaming Accessibility Fundamentals course later in October and it will be free.
Xbox has detailed how it plans to celebrate accessibility and the disabled community in October 2021 with events happening throughout.
The Microsoft Store on Xbox consoles is introducing accessibility feature tags to better highlight what features games have. Xbox announced today that game accessibility feature tags are heading to the Microsoft Store that is available on Xbox consoles. At current, there are 20 accessibility features available as tags and have been decided upon through extensive […]
The full speaker lineup for this October's Game Accessibility Conference (GAConf) has been revealed and Can I Play That? is in attendance.
GAConf 2021 will be taking place in October and the first wave of speakers has been announced, featuring people from Ubisoft, Xbox, and more.
Taming Gaming has revealed a new feature that allows users to automatically tweet a relevant developer to share accessibility information.
A new ESA report mentions video game accessibility, saying 89% of players say video games create accessible experiences for disabled players.
In an interview, Sony Interactive Entertainment wants its studios to "explore new and innovative ways" of implementing accessibility.
This years Ubisoft Forward has confirmed what accessibility features viewers can expect to see for the companies E3 2021 showcase.