Dreams details how users can use the IP they’ve created in-game

Dreams has updated its blog to tackle the question of a creator’s rights when it comes to IP created in-game.

First, Media Molecule’s Siobhan Reddy stressed that “you own the IP for the original creations that you make in Dreams.”

Reddy continued on to say that anyone can use their own creations — be they art, music or more — for personal use, including as designs on t-shirts.

When it comes to commercial use, Reddy admitted that “it’s new terrority” for the developer.

“We’ve been busy behind the scenes mapping out how we can make it easier for creators to do this in the future. We are kicking this off with a beta evaluation, where creators can submit an application to use Dreams for a specific project.”

The beta will be open to a select few; those interested can apply here to take part. You’ll need to be an “Early Access [Member] in good standing” and have published creations that Media Molecule can inspect.

Dreams is available now on PS4.

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