Sony’s CES 2023 press conference has wrapped up, and the company has shared a few updates for PlayStation gamers.The headline is Project Leonardo, an all-new accessibility controller kit in development for PlayStation 5. Sony also shared updates on the Gran Turismo movie, PSVR 2, and more. Read below for everything announced at today’s event.
Project Leonardo Revealed: New Accessibility Controller Kit for PlayStation 5
Project Leonardo is PlayStation’s new accessibility controller kit. It is currently in development. No release date or price has been announced yet, but Leonardo will “remove barriers to gaming and make it easier, more comfortable and longer for players with disabilities to play on his PS5.” We aim to Community member, game developer.
Gran Turismo The Movie Sneak Peek Released
sony is First look at the upcoming Gran Turismo movieis set to hit theaters in August of this year. The footage featured words from stars Archie Madekwe, Orlando Bloom and David Harbour, showcasing a combination of real-life racing from the film and action from Gran Turismo.
PlayStation 5 sells 30 million units
PlayStation’s Jim Ryan announced on stage that the PlayStation 5 has sold over 30 million units. Ryan also said the PS5 shortage is essentially over, saying, “Everyone who wants a PS5 should have a much easier time finding it in retail stores around the world, starting at this point. The last official update on PS5 sales numbers is back, when Sony revealed in November that the console had sold over 25 million units.
“Gran Turismo 7” supports PSVR 2, Beat Saber appears in PSVR 2
Gran Turismo 7 supports PSVR 2 When the new VR platform launches next month. VR features are available as a free upgrade for users who own Gran Turismo 7. VR hit Beat Saber is also headed for his PSVR 2, though no release date has been announced.
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