The PlayStation Access Controller, Sony’s first entry into accessibility hardware, is now available for pre-order in South Africa. The device costs R1,999 and is set to launch on 6 December.
The device has been designed to meet the demands of players who need a bit more customization and freedom when playing games. Sony worked alongside a large group of the community when designing the controller to make sure it checks all the boxes when it comes to a comfortable design that is easy to use.
Mostly everything on the PlayStation Access Controller is customizable. You can swap around the stick caps, adjust the stick length and easily attach the controller to a supported AMPS pattern mount.
From a software point of view, the PlayStation Access Controller is fully mappable. Users can assign any button to any cap and even combine a second Access Controller to create even more freedom. You’ll be able to adjust the deadzone on the stick and also assign different profiles to the unit to quick swap between them in games.
The device is also expandable. You’ll be able to purchase additional accessories for the unit including a second stick, trigger switches and other knobs which you may find useful during gaming. However, out of the box, the PlayStation Access controller has mostly everything you’ll need. It includes the following items:
You can pre-order the PlayStation Access Controller starting today. The unit costs R1,999 and will launch in South Africa on 6 December. Find out more and pre-order it here.