Sony has introduced a new feature in the PlayStation Store called “Accessibility Tags.” These tags will provide players with an overview of accessibility features available in a game. This will include details about visual, audio, control, and gameplay features that cater to players’ specific needs. The introduction of these Accessibility Tags is significant news for gamers who require such features to play games comfortably.
Hideaki Nishino from Sony announced the rollout of the tags globally this week, which would begin with games like God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and Returnal. The Accessibility Tags will make it easier for players to find games that accommodate their accessibility needs. Moreover, the announcement comes just before the launch of Project Leonardo, Sony’s upcoming controller designed for players with disabilities.
Overall, Sony’s efforts towards improving accessibility in gaming are commendable, and it’s great to see the company taking steps to ensure everyone can enjoy games effortlessly.