According to Game Rant, Sony may be working on a new system where players can help each other to complete difficult levels or missions within a game. The novelty was revealed this Friday (30) taking into account a new patent application filed by the company.
According to the document, a user can request the help of another, allowing this second player to enter a certain point in the game. To do this, a snapshot of the game must be created — that is, a record of the specific time the secondary user can enter the game.
However, something that is still unclear is whether this feature introduced by Sony would make the original player level up all at once or if it would allow the two users to play collaboratively. Anyway, this, without a shadow of a doubt, can facilitate a level for games.
While Sony calls the feature a form of “game interaction”, it’s worth noting that it’s not entirely groundbreaking and revolutionary. Such like the Game Rant pointsin the game Elden Ring it is possible to call on other players or the Spirit Ashes to help against some difficult bosses or levels.
In addition, the trilogy dark souls has the very same feature where players can call others. For now, we can only wait and see how (and if) Sony will put the idea forward on the PS5 and, of course, if all games will have the functionality or just a few.
PlayStation Stars will arrive in Brazil on October 5
This Wednesday (28), Sony confirmed the PlayStation Stars launch, the company’s loyalty program for on-call players. In Brazil, the service should arrive next Wednesday (5) along with the US and Canada.
The program is free, but to participate you must be over 18 and have a PSN account. In addition, all access to scores, rewards and activities is done through the app for Android and iOS.
Sony promises various activities in the form of campaigns. Among them are: playing something on a PlayStation console, earning a trophy in a game and accessing certain titles.
Whoever completes the tasks will win prizes that can be digital items and points that can be exchanged for gifts. The program is available even to non-PS Plus subscribers.
With information: Game Rant