Posts tagged with: Fortnite
Our detailed Fortnite accessibility review looks into areas where the Battle Royale does well, where it falls flat, and improvements needed.
Following the arrival of Zero Build in Fortnite, we looked into what's available for accessibility and the main menus in chapter 3, season 2.
Fortnite Zero Build is a new mode that removes the game's iconic building feature, focusing more on offensive gunfights in the world.
Fortnite is getting gyro aiming and a flick stick feature in the V19.30 update allowing users to use gyro controllers for more control.
This week, on International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Epic Games is hosting their first Inside Unreal episode dedicated to creating accessible experiences for disabled gamers in Unreal Engine 4. On the stream, you’ll learn how to use features within UE4 to build games that everyone can play but did you know that many UE4 […]
Connection with other people is more important than ever right now, so today I’m going to be giving a few recommendations for multiplayer games that you can play on the Switch, whether you have a visual impairment yourself or want to play with someone who does. This list is certainly not exhaustive, but I’ve tried […]
Game reviewed on Xbox One and PS4. You know what? I’m just going to go ahead and say it. Fortnite is a goddamn masterpiece. That’s it. That’s the accessibility review right there. It’s perfect, go get it. But I suppose you came here for more, huh? Well then…In 2017, my partner Susan reviewed Fortnite Save […]