Playstation revealed today that the Playstation 4 Update 2.50 (Codenamed “Yukimura”) will include a feature where you can remap the Dualshock 4 buttons.
Accessibility Options: “Yukimura” introduces a wide variety of options to make their PS4 entertainment experience even more accessible. Options include text to speech, enlarged text, bolder fonts, higher contrast UI, zoom for displayed pictures, invert colors on screen and more. Users will also be able to reassign buttons for DualShock 4, making it easier for users with limited manual dexterity or limited reach and strength to play.
What this essentially means is gamers who are accustomed to using O as attack and X as jump (as it is in the Japanese or A and B in the 3/DS games respectively) could be able to manually swap the controls around for Kingdom Hearts 3.
Here’s another thing I did for PlayStation recently while freelancing at 27: a simple illustration of the DualShock 4 for use on the controller configurations at various UK events. I also had to lay out a lot of the configs themselves, showing what each button did for various games including Killzone: Shadow Fall, Assassin’s Creed IV, Driveclub and Warframe to name but a few.
The angle of the whole thing is a little skewed to show both triggers and the lightbar on the top of the controller without tilting the entire thing and trying to make it look 3D. I figured that anybody attending a gaming event would probably know how to use a controller anyway so I could get away with a little artistic license in regards to that.
Dualshock 4 USB Wireless Adapter | Announced for PC
A new USB wireless adapter has been announced for use with PC/Mac, the new USB stick allows users to connect a Dualshock 4 or Dualshock 3 Controller on their PC/Mac. The adapter will be available to buy from the end of august 2016