Sony has used World Accessibility Awareness Day to give Take a new look at your PlayStation 5 controller designed to make it easier for all gamers to control, This accessory project introduced at the beginning of the year was known by Leonardo, but now we know Its trade name: Access.
The company describes it as “a brand new, highly customizable accessibility controller kit designed to help gamers with disabilities play more easily and comfortably, and for longer.” It has been created in collaboration with experts in the field and will include various interchangeable pads for buttons and joysticks, Making it easy for each user to adapt it to their own strength and range of motion needs.
in the coming months More details will be known about the product, which has no announced price yetand release date.
Remote includes the followingAnd besides, it can be used on flat surfaces, rotated or fixed to a tripod.
Through the controller’s four 3.5mm AUX ports, gamers can Add your own unique analog devices, buttons or joysticks.
access command user interface
For these settings to work, Sony shows off interface that offers button and control profiles, When available, PS5 users will be able to select the access orientation, input, toggle the turn button on or off, assign two inputs to the same button, and more. These profiles can be saved for different styles, as fighting games are not the same as driving games.
Sony says, “Two Access controllers and one DualSense (or DualSense Edge) wireless controller can be used together as one virtual controller, allowing gamers to mix and match devices or play games collaboratively with others.” Can.” “As with the DualSense Edge wireless controller, Gamers can also fine-tune the starting position and sensitivity of the inputs. The ability to adjust the dead zone (how far the analog stick moves before the game is recognized) and stick sensitivity are especially helpful for gamers looking to improve their fine motor skills while gaming.”