A Microsoft spokesperson, in response to this report, has reiterated to GamesRadar how the company is committed to making its platforms as safe and inclusive as possible and will continue to improve its certification process.
"Creating a place that is safe and inclusive is a priority for us. That's why we publish and share our accessibility guidelines with all of our gaming partners."
"We continue to work on partnership with other publishers, industry experts, and members of the gaming and disability community to evolve and improve our certification process and we encourage all players to review warnings on all games"
CD Projekt Red previously responded to Game Informer's report, saying it would work on a more permanent solution and would implement it as soon as possible.
"Thank you for bringing this up. We’re working on adding a separate warning in the game, aside from the one that exists in the EULA (https://cyberpunk.net/en/user-agreement/…). Regarding a more permanent solution, Dev team is currently exploring that and will be implementing it as soon as possible."
It's seemingly been sorted out in the latest update for the game, which you can read more about in our latest post.
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