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Could Sony be secretly developing a new portable console?!

Could Sony be secretly developing a new portable console?!

Technology News – A newly published patent from Sony appears to support recent rumors and speculation about a new portable PlayStation system in development.

A newly published patent may support rumors and speculation about a new PlayStation console in development from Sony. Unlike the PlayStation Portal, the new patent refers to previous versions of the PlayStation Vita, PlayStation Portable, and PSP Go.

In February, tech YouTuber and Moore's Law is Dead insider posted a video claiming that Sony was working on a new portable gaming device.

According to the video, Sony has already appointed AMD to produce the new mobile system. But production is said to be still at a very early stage. Rumors say that the handheld will be able to play PS4 games and select PS5 games via a patch. Therefore, it works similarly to Valve's Seam Deck. Of course, it is possible that the new mobile device will never actually be released. However, a new patent indicates that Sony is continuing with the plans outlined in the Dead Moore's Law video.

Sony's new patent aims to simplify the process of switching from playing a game on a mobile device to playing on a console. One of the key elements of this is cloud gaming. Cloud gaming is not currently supported on PlayStation Portal. The patent specifically notes that in the case of Sony's previous portable consoles, such as the PSP, players enjoy traditional gaming tools. However, the mobile/handheld gaming experience is not quite the same as the home console gaming experience due to lower graphical fidelity and less dynamic controls.

To solve this problem for gamers, the patent appears to show that Sony's new portable device is capable of using cloud-based gaming features with better inputs and response times.

Sony PlayStation

A recent patent from Sony shows off new features for mobile and cloud gaming

The patent does not appear to be related to the PlayStation Remote Play app. Because it doesn't support cloud gaming either. Furthermore, the mobile device and its internal processes are capable of “real-time dynamic debugging” during gameplay. In addition to broadcasting recordings to “viewing devices”. The server and its bandwidth are responsible for broadcasts and transfers.

The drawings in the patent show how operations are coordinated between the device and a server, and depict the device's central processing unit (CPU), memory, graphics processing unit (GPU) and other components.

The patent does not explain the use of original PS4 and PS5 titles. But thanks to the supported cloud gaming features, compared to PlayStation Portal, the game can be more responsive and fun on the new device. If rumors are to be believed, the development of the new device will not affect future PlayStation home consoles such as the PS6. So fans of traditional home console games can count on it in the future. Additionally, rumors and leaked information suggest that the PS5 Pro will be released in late 2024.

source: patent.nweon.com

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