HORI releases the "Flex," an accessibility controller for Switch

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It's been great seeing game companies take accessibility seriously in the last few years. Microsoft really stepped up with their adaptive controller, and now HORI has put out an accessibility controller specifically for Switch.

The HORI Flex is an interface for Switch that allows you to connect accessibility switches, along with a handful of USB joysticks. Remapping features allow users to come up with 6 different configurations based on the buttons/joysticks they need. The device is priced at roughly $230.

Thanks to ArmoredFrog for the heads up!

Categories: Consoles
Tags: switch


Really awesome of Hori to make one of these shame it costs 2.5 more than the Xbox adaptive controller.

Wonder how great this would be for games like Miku where those dedicated controllers are generally much more expensive than this.

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