Sony announced Project Leonardo, a new highly customizable controller kit for the PlayStation 5 that is designed to help many players with disabilities play games more easily and comfortably. Project Leonardo includes a kit of swappable components, such as analog stick caps and buttons in different shapes and sizes, that players can use to craft a variety of control layouts. The controller also has software customizations, including button mapping and control profiles, that allow players to tailor their play experience to their particular needs. Project Leonardo can be used as a standalone controller or paired with other controllers, including DualSense wireless controllers, and can be expanded with third-party accessibility accessories through four 3.5mm AUX ports. Project Leonardo is intended to address common challenges faced by players with limited motor control and is built to be used for long periods of time.
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