PlayStation 5 announces additional accessibility features including screen readers

Sony Interactive Entertainment has unveiled some of the accessibility features that PlayStation 5 will offer in less than two weeks.

In a post on the SIE blog, the company confirmed that in addition to PlayStation 4’s existing accessibility settings, PlayStation 5 also has voice dictation, allowing users to speak what they want to type into the controller and type without using it. On-screen keyboard.

There is also a new screen reader feature for the visually impaired and low vision users, offering the option to read the text on the screen at the console and the text-to-speech feature for the hearing-impaired and hearing-impaired players. Communicate with parties and this feature speaks multiple languages ​​including English (US), English (UK), Japanese, German, Italian, French French, Canadian French, Spanish Spanish, Latin American Spanish I will support you.

The console also supports color correction, and for certain supported games, the user can customize common settings in advance. For the DualSense controller, new tactile feedback features and adaptive trigger power can be reduced or disabled, and the final improved audio enhancement promises to provide better spatial awareness to the player.

It sounds like a great suite of features, who when the PlayStation 5 was launched in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea on November 12th and in the United Kingdom and South Korea on November 19th. I hope you will not be left behind. Other parts of the world.

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