Sony reveals new details about the Access controller for PS5

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To celebrate the Global Accessibility Awareness Daya day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of accessibility and digital inclusion, Sony showed new images and announced new details on the controller Access per PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Sony shows new details of the Access controller for PS5

Premiered at this year’s CES under the name of “Project Leonardo“, this controller allows i players with disabilities to have fun more easily, with greater comfort and for longer times on PS5. In Sony’s blog post you can find more information on the analog stick and button caps that accompany the controller, along with a first look at the highly customizable user interface of the new Access.

You can see below a video explaining the operation of the controller.

Il PS5 Access controllers include:

  • Analog Stick Caps (Standard, Dome, and Ball Thumbstick Caps)
  • Keycaps come in many shapes and sizes, including:
    • Pillow button caps
    • Flat button caps
    • Wide flat button cap (covering two key cavities)
    • Overhang button caps (perfect for players with small hands as they are positioned closer to the center)
    • Curve button caps (which can be pressed when placed along the top or pulled when placed along the bottom of the controller)
  • Interchangeable key cap labels, allowing you to easily map keys

Sony also showed the software interface which allows you to choose the orientation of the controller when you play with your PS5.

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The Access controller is still in development but Sony promises more details to come soon. We will keep you informed.

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  • Stefano Regazzi

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