Sony’s Project Leonardo PS5 accessibility controller now has an official identify: Entry controller. The customizable controller is designed for gamers with disabilities and consists of swappable buttons and stick caps to adapt to many wants. Sony has additionally constructed an Entry controller UI into the PS5 console that provides management over button mapping and profiles, and a particular digital controller choice.
“On the PS5 console, gamers can choose their most popular orientation for the Entry controller, map completely different inputs to the varied buttons, toggle buttons on or off, and even map two completely different inputs onto the identical button,” explains Hideaki Nishino, senior VP of platform expertise at Sony Interactive Leisure.
This customization consists of profiles for various video games and the power to make use of as much as two Entry controllers and a single DualSense controller collectively as a digital controller. This digital controller helps combine and match gadgets and even enable for collaborative play with different folks. Sony has additionally created a toggle mode which works like a keyboard’s caps lock key to toggle a button on or off with out gamers needing to carry it down.
Whereas Sony has introduced the Entry controller identify and a few extra particulars in the present day (as a part of World Accessibility Consciousness Day) we’re nonetheless ready to listen to pricing and launch date info. “We’ll have extra to share in regards to the Entry controller for PS5, together with extra product and launch particulars, within the months forward,” says Nishino.