Sony pictures Access controller for PS5, an all-new accessibility controller kit

At the inception of this year, Sony unveiled Project Leonardo, an exclusive PlayStation 5 accessible controller, designed to provide an effortless, comfortable, and prolonged gaming experience for diverse gamer communities. This product was in its developmental stage, simultaneously gathering user feedback for further refinement.

Sony’s official PlayStation has now declared the accessible controller, Project Leonardo, to be named “Access Controller”. It can be utilized on a flat surface, be rotated 360 degrees, or affixed onto an AMPS bracket or a tripod. Each Access Controller includes the following components:

  • Analog stick caps (standard, dome, and ball stick cap)
  • Button caps in different shapes and sizes, including:
    • Pillow button caps
    • Flat button caps
    • Wide flat button cap (which covers two button sockets)
    • Overhang button caps (which benefit players with smaller hands as they are positioned closer to the center)
    • Curve button caps (which can be pushed if placed along the top or pulled if placed along the bottom of the controller)
  • Swappable button cap tags for players to easily mark which inputs they map to each button

As a highly customizable controller suite, it can function as an independent joystick or be paired with a DualSense controller, comprising of two Access Controllers and one DualSense together. It features swappable joysticks and buttons, supports triple key functions for a single button, and is capable of storing three sets of custom button configurations. Players can adjust the layout based on their strength, range of motion, and physical needs. Furthermore, players can connect a variety of external devices and third-party auxiliary accessories through four 3.5mm interfaces.