Media Molecule’s ambitious sandbox game Dreams might be a PlayStation four exclusive at the moment but if the studio has its way players could ultimately take their creations beyond Sony’s platforms.
Members of the Early Access Dreams neighborhood have currently been employing the game to make issues like album covers and pieces for showreels and portfolios and the hope is to make it doable for players to take their creations to a wider audience on distinct platforms.
In an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Media Molecule’s co-founder Kareem Ettouney mentioned that the studio would like “people to be capable to go to the moon with their projects” which would ultimately imply “everything you make in Dreams is yours to use commercially outdoors of Dreams”.
To make any of this doable, the studio is searching into industrial licenses for players, even though inside the game itself, some enhancements will require to come about ahead of the studio’s multi-platform exporting dreams can come to be a reality.
As Ettouney went on to clarify, “The pretty restricted exporting options the moment are like exporting a video, but we have in the extended-term [plans for] exporting a standalone game outdoors of Dreams totally — exporting to other devices and beyond.”
Dreams is in PS4 Early Access at the moment (and has been because April) and Ettouney understands that the developer and its game will have to lay some groundwork ahead of any sort of larger move from PS4 onto Computer.
When asked if Dreams as a game would ever make its way from PS4 to Computer or Mac the response was measured:
“The answer to each query is ‘yes’, but Dreams requirements to attain a lot of persons 1st. Our target for Dreams is to final for 20 years, and preserve expanding it and preserve adding to it and preserve enhancing it … But it is surely in our dreams to do Pro versions that are expanded. It just depends on a lot of issues functioning out for us.”
Though Media Molecule has massive hopes for Dreams, significantly depends on how profitable it is in its early days but we’re searching forward to seeing exactly where it goes.