Sony has announced that its Access Controller for PS5–formerly known as Project Leonardo–will be available beginning December 6 and has an MSRP of $90. Preorders will begin on July 21 in the US, UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Portugal, through the PlayStation Store.
Designed to make gaming more accessible for people living with disabilities, the Access Controller has a wide level of customization that includes an array of swappable button and stick caps, various mounting options, four 3.5mm AUX ports that allow for more specialty switches and inputs to be added, and space for up to 30 unique profiles.
Once connected to a PS5 there’ll be even more options for customization and Sony says that the Access Controller can even be used alongside a DualSense wireless controller. The company has also posted the full product specifications and what’s included in the box, which you can see more of below in a new trailer.
has seen the company take major strides in accessibility in its games, with several of its first-party titles launching with a robust suite of accessibility features. The Last of Us Part 1, God of War Ragnarok, and Horizon Forbidden West all have dozens of options for players to experiment with, allowing them to fine-tune a game to suit their various preferences and needs.
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