Here’s a closer look at Sony’s previously published Project Leonardo. It’s a new controller that came out earlier this year, implemented in collaboration with the accessibility community.
The Access Controller for the PlayStation 5 console is intended for players who cannot use a DualSense controller. Thanks to the controller set, playing is even more accessible as well as possible for as many people as possible.
The controller has various buttons that can be customized as desired. Replaceable elements come in a variety of sizes and shapes. In addition, rod ends with different textures are available. You can place the access controller in a location that is convenient for you, such as a wheelchair or amps stand. In addition to the keys, the controller can be customized from the app so you can set any actions you want on the keys.
A price or sale date for the Access Controller hasn’t been announced yet. Those interested in the device can join the email list, which will be used to announce the start of sales.
Below is a video and picture showing the new controller. You can read more about the controller on Sony’s website: https://www.playstation.com/fi-fi/accessories/access-controller/
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