PlayStation Store gets accessibility tags for PS4 and PS5 games – Games – News

Sony will soon add accessibility tags to the PlayStation Store. This will optionally show users who feature PS4 and PS5 games have to support people with disabilities.

Accessibility tags will be added to the first PS4 and PS5 games this week. Sony reports in a blog post. The tags will initially be available for a number of different games, including Death Stranding Director’s Cut, Gran Turismo 7, God of War Ragnarök, and Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Sony says it’s working with “a group of developers” to add these tags to more games “in the coming weeks and months.”

Pressing the triangle on the controller will show users in the PlayStation Store the accessibility features that the respective game offers to people with visual, hearing, mobility or mental disabilities. This includes, for example, options such as alternate colors for people with color blindness, as well as options for larger text, mono audio, and subtitle size, reset button-Option to skip puzzles and transcription for voice chat in case of online games.

Microsoft already added in 2021 Similar signs Xbox games in the Microsoft Store. Sony is also currently working on a more intuitive PlayStation 5 console, dubbed Project Leonardus, after Microsoft did the same with its Xbox Adaptive controllers. Controllers should assist people with physical disabilities in controlling games.

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