Sony has detailed the accessibility features that will included on the PS5 when the console launches in just a few weeks. Sony has also confirmed that haptic feedback and adaptive triggers can be disabled.
The PS5’s Voice Dictation feature was first shown off in the PS5 UI Reveal, which allows you to quickly input text without the use of a virtual keyboard.
Screen Reader provides blind and low vision users with options to hear on-screen text, while deaf and hard of hearing users can type text messages, which will be spoken out loud to other party members.
Both the Voice Dictation and Screen Reader will support multiple languages on the PS5 globally. The PS5 will also support Button Assignments and Closed Captions that were also available on PS4. The PS5 additionally supports colour correction, which allows users to adjust color.
With supported games, the PS5 will allow preset accessibility options to carry over into the game, allowing users to customize their common settings in advance.
As for the DualSense controller, players will be able to reduce or disable the force of haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. If you are interested in knowing how the adaptive triggers work, check out the tweet below: