PlayStation has announced that they will make gaming more accessible with Project Leonardo. It’s a controller kit designed for PlayStation 5 that would remove barriers to gaming, it helps players with disabilities play games easier and more comfortable, for longer periods of time.
One of important topic at PlayStation is accessibility, they want to continue raising the bar to allow every gamer to experience the joy of playing game. Project Leonardo has been designed with key contributions from accessibility experts, game developers, and community members. It has become a highly customizable controller kit that works “out of the box” to help players with disabilities play games more comfortably and easily.
As a high quality controller, Project Leonardo is capable to work in tandem with many third-party accessibility accessories. Together with PS5 console, it opens up new ways of gaming. Designed and built to address many challenges faced by game players with limited motor control, such as difficulty holding a controller for long periods, ability to press small clusters of buttons, or positioning thumbs and fingers optimally on a standard controller.
PlayStation explains that Project Leonardo is a canvas for gamers where they can craft their own play experience. it comes with a robust kit of swappable components, such as a variety of analog stick caps and buttons in different shapes and sizes. There are multiple components that help players to set up a perfect configuration that works for their range of motion, strength, or particular physical needs.