Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe has revealed on Twitter that its PlayStation Games User Research team is looking for new staff. The outfit focuses on usability and accessibility for first-party Sony titles.
For one reason or another the link to the job page is currently broken, but the job itself is still very much open. Check out the tweet below.
We're hiring again!
Want to join the PlayStation Games User Research team in London and work on the usability and accessibility of our incredible first party games? Of course you do, so why not apply!https://t.co/mWvuT0n3xt#gamesUR #gamesURJobs #GURJobs pic.twitter.com/jHBcesuRLn
— Mark Friend (@markusfriend) December 4, 2020
Accessibility options have come a long way in the 25 years that Sony has been in the hardware market. The Last of Us Part 2, for example, featured a wide range of options for users to take advantage of, so it looks like this trend is set to continue as the PS5 cycle gets underway.
The PS5 was released in the UK and US on November 19 and November 12, respectively, and promptly sold out worldwide. New stock is expected to be hitting major retailers soon enough, so stay tuned for more news on that.