We’ve long heard of a system that can adapt to every gamer’s capabilities on Sony PlayStation consoles, which sounds a little strange, but nonetheless, it should go forward.
After all, we now have access to a new patent filed recently by the Japanese giant that explains a little bit about how it works.
Is it bad at games? Sony will simplify your life
Therefore, Sony is considering adjusting the difficulty of its games on the ultra-modern PlayStation 5, based on the performance of the players in those same games. This is because response time and mechanics change a lot from player to player, so it doesn’t make sense for everyone to be playing the “same game”.
That is, with a strong focus on launching “fast-paced” games, Sony wants to ensure that no player is left out. So it will change a little how things work. Therefore, in fast-paced games, things can get slower for the player to have time to process information and respond, and in games that are more demanding in terms of difficulty, it can also get easier.
However, this is not a simple game. Since the system is ready to increase in difficulty, the player mechanics should improve over time.
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