Project Leonardo aims to give more options for players with disabilities
Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced on Wednesday that is developing Project Leonardo – a new, highly customizable accessibility controller kit to help players with disabilities play more comfortably – for the PlayStation 5.
The company is working with accessibility experts to develop the controller, and the official PlayStation YouTube channel posted a video on Thursday featuring some of the experts talking about Project Leonardo, and the importance of game accessibility.
Project Leonardo’s symmetric design allows players to reposition the analog stick and the controller lies flat, and can be easily secured to mounts or tripods.
The controller has a kit of swappable components including a variety of…