Switch gets new Flex accessibility controller from HORI
Posted on November 5, 2020 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News
The gaming scene has started to step up its accessibility options as of late for those impaired by disabilities, and the trend now continues with a new accessory from HORI.
Released in Japan today is the Nintendo-licensed Hori Flex switch and joystick interface. It connects through a wire to a Switch or PC. As noted by OneSwitch, standard accessibility switches can be attached, along with a few USB joysticks. Users can also take advantage of a remapping app to program six Switch systems, and six different Windows PC configurations.
Pricing is set at about $230. Check out a few photos in the gallery below.