Earlier this week, Sony unveiled its own version of Xbox's Adaptive controller - a device built to enable anyone to game comfortably and effectively. While we don't know all of the details on Sony's version — 'Project Leonardo' — just yet, Xbox boss Phil Spencer is already liking what he's seeing.
Microsoft's Head of Gaming has praised the device, welcoming its arrival into the PlayStation ecosystem:
Sony's upcoming device is "built to address common challenges faced by many players with limited motor control, including difficulty holding a controller for long periods, accurately pressing small clusters of buttons or triggers, or positioning thumbs and fingers optimally on a standard controller."
However, the Japanese company is yet to address how compatible its new controller will be across the industry. As Phil himself has pointed out this looks a great addition to the PlayStation ecosystem, but whether the controller will work with as many devices as Xbox's effort does, remains to be seen.