Following its previous announcement, the customizable Access Controller from PlayStation is confirmed to release this December.
In case you missed its reveal, the Access Controller is a new controller for the PS5 with an unusual design that’s far from your typical gamepad. This is because this controller is designed with the accessibility community to give users a highly customizable device for those with disabilities. After all, some disabilities result in a difficult time with the more typical gamepad design of the DualSense.
Specifically, this unique controller features a wide range of swappable buttons, as well as an adjustable stick length for its analog. It’s also designed for mounting on a wide range of surfaces, not to mention that it has expandable inputs, meaning users can connect two Access controllers together. Users can even combine an Access Controller with a DualSense, as well as add extra accessories.
Here’s a rundown of the features to give you a better idea of what to expect:
The Access Controller by PlayStation will be released on December 6, 2023. Though the controller will be available for pre-order beginning July 21 in the Philippines with a price tag of PHP 5,090 (that’s only a bit over PHP 1,000 more than the standard DualSense).
PlayStation also confirmed that the controller will be available for pre-order in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam at the following prices: SGD 128.90 / MYR 449 / IDR 1,649,000 / THB 3,090 / VND 2,599,000.
For more info, visit the official product page.