This month, Sony registered another unusual patent, which is likely to be associated with the console PlayStation 5.
The patent is called Scene Tagging and is described as a more advanced opportunity to share in-game materials (screenshots and videos) with other players.
Simply put, the player will be able to make a screenshot of place in the game, but with details about this section of the passage. On the screenshot will be specified the characters caught in the frame, the name of the location and other important information.
For many gamers, this feature can be very useful. For example, if a player is stuck in the place of the game and can not pass it, he will be able to drive into the search for special marks on which to find screenshots or videos of other gamers who have passed this section. The patent also says that the function will work in VR-games.
In addition, there is information that the new game controller will receive a function that monitors the biometric performance of the player.
PlayStation 5 will be released at the end of 2020, according to rumors, November 20.