Developer Electronic Arts are in the news once again after picking up the Accessible Game of the Year award for FIFA 13 recently. The award was giving to the outfit from the AbleGamers Foundation which advocates greater access in video games for disabled players.
The game picked up the award for implementing full-mouse support, allowing those with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis or muscular dystrophy to play the game to its fullest. The inclusion of remappable keys, customizable color options and high-contrast menus also helped EA pick up the award, which is their fourth win in many years.
In a Statement(via Edge) AbleGamers congratulates Electronic Arts on their fourth and most impressive win.
“On behalf of the more than 33 million disabled gamers, we thank EA for accepting the game accessibility guidelines of Includification with open arms and utilizing the disability community’s suggestions on how to improve game accessibility.”
FIFA 13 wasn’t the only title to get a mention however, Dishonored and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 also got mentions for putting out the most disabled friendly game possible.