Together with the PS4 system software update 2.50, Sony also released the 3.50 update for the PS Vita to improve remote play, but the points in common between the two updates aren’t limited to that.
Among the patch notes, which you can read below, we can find the addition of Accessibility controls, and those are basically identical to the ones provided with the PS4.
A look at the accessibility controls reveals all the features (the menu has been copied and pasted in order to fit the scroll in a single screenshot):
Probably the most relevant feature is the ability to customize controls system-wide, changing any button with any other.
Below you can see some of the other features. Unfortunately inverted colors, zoom and high contrast don’t show up in screenshots.
This is definitely a great addition for those gamers that require special controls and visual aids to enjoy their games.
On top of that, it’s also good for those who want to customize the controls when it’s not possible. What’s not to love?