It looks like PlayStation 4’s next update will be all about accessibility.
The 2.50 firmware patch will add new options for disabled gamers, according to IGN, which got its info via a leak from Twitter user @isaparrot. As you can see in the picture above, PlayStation 4 owners will be able to increase the size of or bold text, invert colors, and change the color contrast. These will all help players with vision problems.
Button Assignments will allow players to customize button layouts. While individual games sometimes give users that option, the feature is rare for an entire console. This is an especially important addition for disabled gamers, many of which are uncomfortable using the default button mapping.
The 2.50 update is currently only available to PlayStation MVP members. IGN says that the update should become available to all PlayStation 4 users by April.