Definition of playability in English:

playability

noun

  • See playable

    • ‘The format of the disc can dictate its playability.’
    • ‘In a game where every stroke counts, all elements—trees, grass, water, sand—affect playability.’
    • ‘Any defects or impurities on the glass master will definitely compromise the integrity and playability of the final CDs or DVDs.’
    • ‘The action-heavy battle system offers more than simple playability.’
    • ‘It's a distinction full of implications about the subject, the treatments, and even the playability—Bach's three-part fugues are often trickier than the four-part.’

Pronunciation

playability

/ˌpleɪəˈbɪlɪti/