sony Reportedly Entering the mobile game market Because Japanese multinational conglomerates are working to improve the game controls devised. new patent. This patent describes several methods and systems that will be used to improve controller input accuracy. future mobile games.
Sony’s new patent is another attempt to solidify its position in the mobile gaming market.
When we remember Sony’s attempt to build its name mobile gaming platformSony’s playstation mobile program reminds me It aimed to create a store for indie games and PlayStation classics playable on PS Vita handhelds and select Android phones.
remember HTC One and Xperia Model? Yes, neither do we. That’s how bad they were. The program ended prematurely, and Sony wants to erase its failed PlayStation Mobile efforts from history. Following their previous failures, the patent proposal will be another attempt.
This patent focuses on providing technology that allows for greater control over games.
A developed patent proposal covers game controls in mobile games. Describing the technology, the patent will focus on processing procedures for mobile device games, such as receiving mobile controller inputs and then determining correction values to perform actions with high precision.
This technology allows mobile controls to run much smoother than before. Another section of the patent describes a more intelligent way to handle dynamic streaming games on mobile devices and saving the game state. Overall, it definitely looks like a good skill system.
Overall, this is good news for mobile gaming gamers as it further widens the playing field. Sony’s Recent Acquisition of Savage Game Studios to start anew PlayStation Studios Mobile Division It represents the effort to become the main axis of the mobile game industry.
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