To clarify, since I suggested the idea in the first place back on the old forums, the cues weren’t just intended for blind people. I suggested them as a way to help pretty much anyone who is either new to the game or struggling as they drop combos, visually impaired or otherwise.
I’m interested to see what exactly is meant by “improved quality of…” that’s a rather vague statement in my opinion. Well, I’ll guess we’ll have to see when the patch roles out.
For those saying they want to hear more news on what’s coming, whilst I understand that, I think it’s alright - I mean there’s a rumour going around that Shago will come soon after Rash is removed from the roster. That will be able to tide us over for a while until the next trailer at least. I am personally interested inhearing about the PC version (whether it’ll use Steam since Microsoft’s Xbox app picks up steam games etc) and how the account interfacing side of things will work if you’re only using a local account on Windows 10. Moreover, I wouldn’t mind knowing about clipboard support for the PC version to enable screen readers to read out things like Dojo and trials text as well as gamertags in online matches in addition to menus.
But those things are all really for another topic. Let’s see what this patch and future ones bring to the table, including an option for those who don’t like them to turn off the audio cues is a reasonable idea.