PS5 AccessibilityIn addition to the Accessibility section for each game, the PlayStation 5 provides built-in accessibility features. The advantage of these is that they will generally work on every game. The downside is that they are not tailored to a specific gaming scenario. This page details these settings that are useful or pertinent to video games.
DifficultyGames can offer pop-up system advice and tips to help if you get stuck. This can be a video or screen shot that can be pinned to the left or right of your game screen while you play.
System Game Cards, highlight levels not completed and how long is left to complete it. They also offer an estimate of how long levels are.
ControlsReassign buttons to make games easier to play. You can enter text via the speech to text system feature in any game.
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