Sony has actually detailed in a new blog post the PS5’s and DualSense’ accessibility features and what the company is doing to ensure anyone can play a game.
To start off with PS5 will use voice dictation, enabling you to rapidly input text through speaking the words, with no need to type. The PS5 has a built-in Screen Reader, which will provide those who are blind and of low vision options to hear the on- screen text. Deaf and hard of hearing people can also type messages which will then be spoken out loud to those they are in aparty with These features will be available in numerous languages, particularly English (US), English (UK), Japanese, German, Italian, France French, Canadian French, Spain Spanish, and Latin American Spanish.
The PS5 will also allow you to designate button triggers anywhere you want on a controller and closed captions are back with the ability to change the color in supportedgames on PS5 The DualSense’s Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers can be entirely disabled and audio improvements have actually been added to the console to provide spatial awareness.
Internally, Sony has also released an ‘[email protected]’ network for staff members to build a community and help with addition into thecompany The network also uses assistance for things like health, psychological health, persistent health problems and more.
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The PS5 releases on November 12, 2020, in the US and November 19, 2020, in the EU and UK.