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EA Working on Automated Coaching System for Online Players

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EA has recently filed a patent that relates to a system for in-game automated coaching, an innovation that could be used to help players improve in competitive titles.

EA boasts an impressive roster of games, many of which favor a multiplayer, skill-based approach to gameplay. For this reason, the gaming giant is currently developing technology that will be used to suggest new techniques to players, particularly those that are struggling in-game.Indeed, many of the best EA games are multiplayer titles, from Battlefield to Titanfall to Mass Effect.

EA also dominates the industry when it comes to sporting games, but the patent that was filed mentions guns, grenades, and other weapons multiple times.

It's safe to assume, then, that the company plans on integrating the technology into the more competitive games in their portfolio, like Battlefield.The Sims 4 Will Soon Be Free-to-PlayThe automated coaching that EA is developing works in a relatively straightforward way.

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