The PlayStation 5 Access Controller is aimed at people with disabilities

The development, formerly known as Project Leonardo, can be configured to the extreme.

At this year’s CES, Sony talked about the development called Project Leonardo, which was finally presented as the PlayStation 5 Access Controller. This is a configurable game controller specifically aimed at people with disabilities, who want to make the game easier for them, as a normal gamepad is not an optimal solution for many.

The Access Controller package itself includes analog joystick caps (traditional, dome, and ball), as well as button caps of various shapes and sizes, such as cushioned, flat, wide, overhanging, and curved. With these, the individually built-in controller can be easily distinguished, and in this way it can be felt and parameterized which button belongs to which function.

The system also offers four 3.5 mm AUX ports, through which players can connect their own special devices. In terms of additional options, two Access Controllers can be used in addition to a DualSense or DualSense Edge gamepad, so the experience can really be customized to a large extent.

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