A patent recently discovered by Sony can develop a Japanese gaming manual for a giant tech giant.
From the Dutch website TechTastic, Sony has presented a patent card in South Korea last year's electronic cardboard game, which has now been public.
The patent does not reveal other details, but its existence suggests that Sony considers it as the predecessor of the PlayStation Vita heir.
After releasing it in Japan in December 2011, Vitia was constantly struggling to find out a lot of audiences, especially in the popular Nintendo 3DS handhelds.
Sony does not reveal the official sales sales statistics, estimates have been sold around 16 million units worldwide, significantly up to 83 million units previously in the PlayStation portable. Meanwhile, Nintendo sold more than 73 million 3DS systems in September 2018. Sonyk Vita will leave production in Japan sometime in 2019.
Vita's success successfully suggests that Sony could not be interested in handheld game systems, corporate executives' statements have sent a confused message.
In May, he rewrites John Kodera's PlayStation boss Bloomberg The next PlayStation console could be a complete integration with portable gaming, even when discussing specific hardware plans. "It's only necessary to keep thinking about portable game consoles [portable gaming] as a method to provide more gameplay experiences and exploit our portable customers, "said Kodera Bloomberg. "We want to think of many options".
Console-hand compatibility would not be new to Sony. The company's current PlayStation 4 supports Vita-based Remote Play functionality, which allows gamers to play console titles on their handset over a wireless internet connection.
However, the comments by Kodera are not clear, so it is clear that it refers to a new PlayStation headset or simply the ability to send games to smartphones and other devices, similar to Microsoft's Project xCloud technology.
The latest scenario is likely to be the main device for mobile device gaming devices (and, of course, Nintendo Modification), and the Sony PlayStation Play Now Playing Service. Additionally, Hiroyuki Oda, senior vice president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, said Famitsu In September the company "has no plan on a new handheld device".
It is important that companies often file patents for designs that can not be seen today. Therefore, it is a good option that the cartridge of the game does not become a real commodity product.
In any case, do you want another handheld game by hand Sony? Tell us about your comments.
Via: The Virgin