Sony has revealed more details about Project Leonardo, its accessibility controller, and its new official name, the Access Controller. Revealed earlier this year, the Access Controller aims to make gaming more accessible and easier for people living with disabilities.

New information released on the PlayStation Blog describes the Access Controller as having a wide level of customization, including an “array of swappable button and stick caps” that can be used to create different layouts that correspond best to their individual requirements.

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The controller can be mounted on a flat surface or on a tripod, will have four 3.5mm AUX ports that more specialty switches and inputs can be added to, and full customization options on the PS5 for button remapping and setting up controller profiles. Out of the box, the controller will come with a variety of analog sticks and button caps, as well as swappable button cap tags to easily mark which inputs are mapped to which button.

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