EA is creating its own Battlefield bots using the Search for Extraordinary Experiences Division (SEED). SEED’s aim is to provide a self-learning AI that is able to teach itself to play games. This isn’t a pre-programmed system; the bots literally play and learn as they go.
If SEED is able to successful create an AI that accurately imitates how gamers play, they could become a vital resource for pre-launch testing.
Check out the video below to see the Battlefield bots in action!
EA’s Search for Extraordinary Experiences Division (SEED) — a team that explores the future of interactive entertainment — has built a self-learning AI-agent that taught itself how to play Battlefield 1 multiplayer from scratch.
An interview with SEED Technical Director Magnus Nordin goes into more detail about what the technology is capable of, and what the future holds. Read it here.
In other Battlefield news, the BF1 console Community Test Environment has been discontinued, Battlefield V has been confirmed by what is reportedly an EA Play 2018 banner, and more leaks point towards Battlefield V being this year’s game.
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