Ubisoft has apologized for some ableist text found in thier latest Assassin’s Creed game. Accessibility advocate Courtney Craven, founder of the accessibility site Can I Play That? pointed out the problem. The text in question describes a character named Eorforwine who has suffered from severe burns and is “terrified someone will see her disfigured face.”
Ubisoft was quick to apologize and said they will “remove this language” in a future update, but has not given a timeline as to when this change would come.