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Media Molecule Looking for EU-Based Games for Dreams VR Beta Testing

For fairly an extended whereas, Media Molecule has been teasing its VR plans for Dreams. The studio lately teased that VR implementation was already in progress. Now it appears like there’s one thing to point out for the exhausting work. At current, Media Molecule desires to usher in Europe-based players to playtest a VR beta.

Media Molecule shared information of the beta testing within the following social media put up:

We’re searching for a restricted variety of EU Dreamers to assist us take a look at #DreamsPS4 VR’s options, in an effort to assist us refine and iterate them earlier than launch.

Follow the hyperlink beneath to use for our User Tests! https://t.co/W4XUqwt9DX

— Media Molecule (@mediamolecule) May 22, 2020

Dreams and PlayStation VR house owners who’re concerned about testing ought to fill out a screener. Those chosen by Media Molecule to affix the beta testing will participate in a “three-phase project” that includes the next and can lead to a £200 cost:

Phase 1: One-hour introductory session, through video name, on June 2nd or June third.

Phase 2:  Two-week diary research from June third by June 17th, throughout which period you’ll be required to supply brief stories each one to 2 days in your expertise of taking part in the sport.

Phase 3: Final interview on June 17th, June 18th, or June 19th, lasting one-hour, through video name. The remaining incentive cost can be processed at this level.

Media Molecule has but to element when VR help for Dreams will roll out for everybody. But with the beta starting shortly, maybe such information will go stay within the coming months?

The studio initially introduced that work on VR help had begun again in March, together with a couple of of its different post-launch milestone. One such milestone is already stay within the type of a free demo that hit PSN earlier this month.

Dreams is offered now on the PlayStation 4.

[Source: Media Molecule on Twitter]

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