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  • The Xbox One gets disabled avatars
  • The Xbox One gets disabled avatars
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The Xbox One gets disabled avatars

The Xbox One is going wheelchair-friendly. It's set to become the first major gaming platform to release disabled avatars, complete with wheelchairs that complement the console's signature neon green. This is the latest in a string of examples of how brands can champion equality.

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