Sony has patented an improved DualSense controller design that will offer “predictive AI assistance features” to players.
This implies that particular buttons and sticks on the controller will light up or move to offer tips on what gamers should do if they become stuck in a game.
According to GameRant, the patent, which was submitted on November 30, includes a machine learning model that would monitor a player’s performance and give predictive aid if the player is – or is soon to be – stuck on a specific challenge.
According to the documentation, the DualSense’s touchpad, which could be replaced with a touchscreen, could also be used to help players get back on course.
As is often the case with patents, just because Sony thought of it doesn’t mean we’ll ever see it fully realized. Still, it’s an exciting insight into what the console manufacturer is thinking about when it comes to improving its hardware and distinguishing itself from competitors Nintendo and Microsoft.
Another newly revealed Sony patent application demonstrates the company’s continued development of a method to allow gamers to repeat a game from specified places while streaming and reliving its plot.
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The patent, titled Content Streaming With Gameplay Launch, was submitted on July 11, 2023, and made public on November 2, 2023. It depicts a game with several “trigger points of media content.”
These are the times from which the player might begin a replay, as offered “by the platform, publisher, or third-party publisher.” These trigger points are defined as the beginning of an “activity,” such as a boss battle or quest, or when a player levels up.
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