- During the CES 2023 press meeting, Sony revealed Project Leonardo.
- This game controller for PlayStation 5 is made to assist people with disabilities. It has customizable buttons, control profiles, as well as other features.
- The console’s price and release date are not known.
Sony used part of CES 2023Press event to reveal a brand new file controller PlayStation 5 game console. The codename currently assigned to the console is Leonardo projectIt was specifically designed for players with disabilities. To help make this console, Sony has partnered with accessibility experts and groups that support gamers who have disabilities, such as AbleGamers and SpecialEffect.
Many of these gamers have difficulty holding a regular gaming console for long periods of time and have limited motor control. Project Leonardo is highly customizable so that players can find the right configuration for them. The main buttons are located on a circular axis. They can all be turned off to make different sizes.
The analog stick sticks out from the main circle of buttons. You can also adjust the distance between the stick and those buttons. The console can also be connected wirelessly to other Project Leonardo controllers and the standard PS5 DualSense controller, so it can be used together as one console. Project Leonardo can also be laid flat on a desk so that players don’t need to hold the console.
Project Leonardo will not only include hardware features but also software features such as customizable button mapping, the ability to store up 3 controller profiles, and the ability to store buttons. It is not known when the console will be available or what its price will be. Sony claims it is still collecting feedback on the device so it is possible that the final design could be changed.
PSVR update 2
Sony also gave a few updates on its forthcoming PlayStation VR2 virtual reality headset. still It will launch on February 22ndThe price is $549.99 Sony announced at CES 2023 that around 30 games will support PSVR 2 during the launch window. Gran Turismo 7 will also be supported by PSVR 2 via an update to the racing simulator. PSVR 2 will also get Beat Saber, the popular VR music rhythm game.
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