The Proteus Controller is a $299 modular input device for players with disabilities and Microsoft has more good news for accessibility

As part of the company’s recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness day, Microsoft has announced a number of accessibility updates for Xbox and PC gamers, including a preorder release announcement for the ByoWave Proteus modular controller, a modular “snap and play” peripheral designed for gamers with disabilities created as part of the Designed for Xbox program.

The controller offers both PC and Xbox support, and has been designed to allow gamers the ability to snap together its various components in “over 100 million traditional and custom configuration and LED lighting variations”. That should mean that players who have difficulty using regular gaming controllers are able to reconfigure the device into something more comfortable and easier to use than a standard gaming device.

Originally posted by www.pcgamer.com

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