Sony has released some details about the settings for the new PS5 console and DualSense PS5 controller before the new releases hit the market in November.
Before launching the new Sony PS5 console to the market in November, Sony today provides more details that explain to users the access settings for the new game console, which comes integrated into the new DualSense PS5 controller.
The new details came via the SIE blog, as Sony confirmed that accessibility settings are now available through PS4, which includes captions, color switching, text-to-speech, and the ability to assign and customize buttons, which will also be available to PS5 users.
Sony also clarifies, through the details published today, some of the features that will be available on the new PS5 gaming machine, which includes the voice dictation feature to enter text without the need for a virtual keyboard, which is one of the features that Sony targets the visually impaired.
Sony will support the new features in a range of languages that include English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, and Italian.
Sony also confirmed that the color correction feature will be available for adjustment or modification by the user, with support for creating presets for games, and the user will also be able to adjust the strength of the touch response in the joystick, or turn it off completely, as Sony added improvements to the audio to support the user With distinctive multi-directional sounds.
It is noteworthy that Sony launches its new gaming device, the PS5, and the digital version of the device, on November 12th in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, South Korea, as well as New Zealand and Australia, while it is available in other markets from November 19.