Website Glixel has discovered that Activision has been granted a patent which purposefully manipulates matchmaking in order to encourage you to spend money on in-game items, with the basic idea being to purposefully match you with players that have better and more desirable items than you. Activision has successfully filed a patent designed for use in multiplayer matchmaking systems. In short, it's an idea to engender envy at. In a US patent filed in and approved yesterday, Activision outlines an online matchmaking system designed to "drive microtransactions in multiplayer video games" and "influence game-related purchases.
Activision has successfully filed a patent designed for use in multiplayer matchmaking systems. Yesterday, it was reported that Activision has filed a patent for microtransaction matchmaking. The technology, according to the filing, would matchmake players in multiplayer games in an effort to encourage them to spend more on microtransactions. Unsurprisingly, many were furious. A patent granted to Activision outlines a new matchmaking system that would pair players together in order to encourage microtransactions.
Yesterday, it was reported that Activision has filed a patent for microtransaction matchmaking. Call of Duty publisher Activision has patented a method of matchmaking designed to increase a player's spend on microtransactions. 1. Welcome to hellfuture!
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Microtransactions get included into more and more games these days. In a US patent filed in and approved yesterday, Activision outlines an online matchmaking system designed to "drive microtransactions in.
Activision's latest patent filing goes into gritty detail regarding how they use matchmaking to ensure they get as many sales of DLC as possible. Because of.
According to the filing, Activision has patented a matchmaking system capable of conventional tricks like matching players of online games.
As reported by Rolling Stone, Activision was granted a patent yesterday for an algorithm designed to entice players to spend money on.