WATCH: Ubisoft Introduces Personal Gaming Assistant – The “Siri” For Gamers
As developers move forward with making a more technological advances in the gaming industry, catering a more personalized experience seems vital. Personalized assistants are highly sought after and the artificial intelligence behind it all continues to improve, so why not create one especially for gamers? So it shall be. Ubisoft just announced Sam, the personal gaming assistant for their Ubisoft Club members. If you’re competitive, or looking for a leg-up in beating that particularly difficult level – Sam can help.
Need to acquire more tips and tricks to outsmart your foes, or different strategies to get you to the next level? Perhaps you need to set up a gaming session with a bud, or buy a game without touching your card? As seen in the introductory video above, Sam can be utilized in many ways and it’ll even offer advice based on your gameplay history. Here’s the official description of the personal gaming assistant app by Ubisoft:
With Sam, spend more time playing and less time searching! Developed by Ubisoft Club, Sam leverages your profile information, game library, friends and community to deliver tailored and dedicated tips and information about your Ubisoft games. Sam is available in English only and in Canada for now. It can be accessed through the free Ubisoft Club app.”
Currently, Sam is in beta and available for Andoid and iOS devices. For now, however, it is only accessible to residents in Canada, so news on a release date for other regions in North America and across the seas will have to wait. Interested in joining the development process? The download links can be found here (Google Play) and here (Apple).
Sam is catered toward the Ubisoft gamer base, so it seems unlikely to see this outside of such titles like Rainbow Six Siege, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and others published by them. With that being said, would you want to see it for other developers and publishers as well? Do you think this is a neat idea or nay? Let us know in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:
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