The latest alpha build for World of Warcraft's forthcoming expansion Dragonflight included a new feature coded as "Soft Targeting." An alternative to the standard tab target or click-to-interact that WoW players have been using for years, the soft target feature will automatically target an NPC or enemy within medium range that your camera is centered on -- you don't have to get right in their face, thankfully, but casters and hunters will find it hard to start combat from maximum range with this feature.
Dragonflight consolidates accessibility options to make playing World of Warcraft easier for a variety of players
I haven't exactly made it a secret that I'm playing WoW with declining vision, which causes photosensitive headaches and motion sickness.
World of Warcraft has added quite a few accessibility options over the years, from improved color blind modes to click and mouseover casting -- but that doesn't mean I can't think of a few additional changes that would be very helpful.
Video games and accessibility have been at the front of my mind for the past few years.