Some players find the PlayStation 5 difficult to use Dualsense controller, In part Its size and weight. Although Sony has not released an official counterpart of Microsoft Xbox Adaptive Controller, Some people are trying to make playing PS5 games easier for others.
Akaki Kumeri on YouTube Planned An adapter that allows players to use dualsense in one hand. The 3D-printed attachment snaps the left thumbstick. When it is placed on a surface (or on one’s thigh), physically moving the entire controller will remove the thumbstick. The L1 and L2 buttons are copied to the right of the controller.
There is a second, optional attachment that also offers input for the D-Pad. So, save for the share button, players will be able to use the full controller in one hand.
Since the dualsense is symmetrical, Kumeri says the attachments can be reversed to fit the other side of the controller. All you have to do is mirror the components before printing.
The adapter may also be effective for gamers who usually do not have problems using dualsense in both hands. In one video, the crocodile demonstrates its ability to play It takes two, A co-op-only game, single using attachments to two controllers. The attachment can also give players a way to eat a snack or enjoy a drink without hitting the pause button.
Kumeri’s design will not alleviate accessibility issues for all players. Some may be physically tired of spinning the controller or may not have the ability to access the four shoulder buttons in one hand. Nevertheless, attachments can give many more people the opportunity to play games Ratchet and Clank: Rift apart And Return – As long as they have access to a 3D printer and they are actually able to secure a PS5.
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