A recently-filed Sony Interactive Entertainment patent means that the corporate is trying to revise the PlayStation Store‘s layout to provide more information about video games based on their lifecycles.

As spotted by OP Attack, the patent was filed in May and published a couple of days ago. It describes evolving pages that display context-based information. The description also discusses displaying information based on a user’s search.

An summary reads:

Techniques for offering data and functionalities based mostly on a online game lifecycle and consumer context are described. In an instance, a laptop system presents a web page as a single consumer interface to data and functionalities related to a online game. The web page is generated based mostly on a structure that’s particular to a part of the lifecycle of the online game. The web page can be personalized based mostly on a context of the consumer of the online game. The web page is accessible to the consumer throughout the totally different phases of the online game’s lifecycle. The laptop system updates the part via the totally different phases and based mostly on adjustments to the consumer context, such that the web page presents probably the most related and wanted data and functionalities at any cut-off date.

The utility additional states that a consumer’s number of a hyperlink will set off the system to launch a sport and current content material inside the sport’s window. Based on what customers have looked for, the system can also current data related to the search inside the window.

A clutter-free structure is most welcome.

[Source: USPTO through OP Attack, Reddit]