A video, which you find below, but also many details on the Access controller, the controller designed to allow users users with disabilities to play with less difficulty on PS5.
First revealed at CES this year as ” Project Leonardo “the PS5 access controller is a brand new, highly customizable accessibility controller kit designed to help many gamers with disabilities play the game easier, more comfortably and for longer periods.
Developed in collaboration with accessibility experts, the access controller will include a wide range of Interchangeable buttons and stick caps so players can freely create different layouts that work for their unique strength, range of motion, and physical needs.
Each access controller will include:
Analog stick caps (standard, dome, and ball stick cap) Button caps in many shapes and sizes, including: Pillow button caps Flat button caps Wide flat button cap (that covers two button sockets) Protruding button caps (that benefit players with smaller hands as they are positioned closer to the center) Curved button caps (which can be pushed when positioned along the top or pulled when positioned along the bottom of the controller) Interchangeable tags on the button caps to allow players to players to easily mark the inputs that map to each button
Additionally, players can use the Access controller on flat surfaces, swivel it 360 degrees or easily attach the controller to an AMPS mount or tripod. They can also adjust the distance of the analog stick from the controller.
In addition to the wide range of hardware customization options, the access controller offers gamers a plethora of ways to create custom user interface settings and configurations that unlock new ways to play.
We remind you that the PS5 Controller Access is currently under development. Further details will be shared later by Sony.