YouTube has designed an adapter for the PlayStation 5 Dual Sense controller that allows you to play with it with one hand.
The creative design of a YouTuber for Dual Sense controller allows people to play with one hand. Akaki Komari (Akaki Kuumeri) is responsible for this design. His design includes a snap-on adapter that allows the left joystick to be moved by balancing the controller on the thigh or flat surface and moving the entire controller.
This adapter will be very useful for players who are not able to use both hands at the same time. This is very significant because Sony still has an official equivalent to Adaptive Controller Xbox has not released. That’s why designers are experimenting with different options for this feature. The Comeri design was part of a one-handed controller race that included a wide variety of designs for other controllers.
This adapter allows you to access all the controller inputs on the right, including the extra triggers, and with a bit of practice, L2 and R2 can be pressed with one finger. An additional tool also adds additional inputs on the right to access the D-pad on the left. The best thing about this design is that the adapter is made with a 3D printer, and Kuumeri has uploaded the design online so anyone who is interested can rebuild it. You can watch a video of the adapter working on YouTube.
Adapters and peripherals like this can be a big step forward for better access to games, and Sony has remained silent on this issue.