The field of video games and entertainment is the latest future for artificial intelligence technologies, which is expected to add more fun and interest to video game fans and practitioners, especially for those who own the fifth-generation versions of the world-famous PlayStation gaming device.
According to hypebeast.com, the Japanese company Sony, which had revealed the official logo for the awaited fifth version of the "PlayStation 5" game console, earlier announced that it had obtained a patent registered in its name that it had obtained from the World Intellectual Property Organization for a special innovative control arm.
"PlayStation 5" using artificial intelligence technology
Similar to the Alexa system and the Siri system of the American company Apple, the PlayStation 5 controllers will support artificial intelligence technologies in a way that helps the PlayStation 5 video game practitioners who have not succeeded in completing the stages and tasks the most difficult video games to skip and move on to new stages and missions.
Artificial intelligence technologies that may be present in the joystick will also alert video game practitioners of the options and tools that they have, how, importance, and when to use them, which many individual video games practitioners do not realize their usefulness and their use during the game stages in completing tasks.
So far, the Japanese company Sony has not officially announced the approval of providing the first generation of PlayStation 5 models with controllers supported by artificial intelligence technologies, amid fears by some video game fans that modern technology such as artificial intelligence will lose the field of video games.
Because this technique helps the game practitioner and provides solutions without effort or fatigue. It is noteworthy that the game "Godfall" is the first official game for PlayStation 5 devices that have been announced, the date of its launch, which will coincide with the official date for the launch of the PlayStation 5 devices at the end of 2020.