No More Screen Loading with PS5

Remember how playing your favourite game, Grand Theft Auto was constantly interrupted by “loading  screen”? You could be in the middle of a mission and your life could depend on it and then all of a sudden the screen will pause and it will load. This is the most annoying interruption in the world of gaming.

Many people said that there would come a time where you can play games without any interruptions and no screen loading. Considering how fast games are developing in today’s world, this should have happened a long time ago. The good news is, a patent from Sony has developed a software that would stop screen load interruptions from happening. The new PS5 patent removes loading screens, making the gaming experience enjoyable everywhere.

The new PS5 is to be released in 2020 and it will be the end of the screen loading error. The system and method that loads software allows a smooth gaming experience. So when you move into escalators and small spaces, the game will not be interrupted.

“A system and method are disclosed for dynamically loading game software for smooth game play. A load boundary associated with a game environment is identified. A position of a character in the game environment is then monitored. Instructions corresponding to a next game environment are loaded into a memory when the character crosses the load boundary, such that game play is not interrupted”. Described the patent.

This patent is a continuation of a patent that was previously filled in 2012, but with added functions and characters.

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