Sony Interactive Entertainment has launched a site dedicated to accessibility on PlayStation platforms, a portal that clearly illustrates the accessibility options of PS4 and PS5 and the goals for the future.
“PlayStation aims to create a barrier-free gaming experience, tailored to the needs and abilities of all players” is the message that appears on the home page of the site, along with a statement by Sony Interactive Entera’s president and CEO
“We at Sony Interactive Entertainment do our best to build a future that suits players of all abilities. We want to offer our PlayStation community better accessory tools, better products and services, and technology is the beacon that guides us in this mission: connecting the whole world with the power of the game.”
The site illustrates the accessibility settings of PlayStation 5 and includes a list of PlayStation Studios games with dedicated accessibility options such as The Last of Us Part 2, Death Stranding Director’s Cut, Ghost of Tsushi A space is also dedicated to the accessibility options on PlayStation 4, which have long been known.