Media Molecule Is Looking For Paid Testers For Dreams On PSVR

Dreams is about to expand into VR, but the feature will go through strenuous testing first.

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LittleBigPlanet developers Media Molecule released their latest game Dreams for the PS4 in February, and now they're looking for help to refine the game's VR features, Video Games Chronicle reported.

The testing positions are open to European players, and while the company hasn’t specified what it's looking for in a tester, the application form asks about location, availability, previous testing experiences, and which devices you have available.

Testers will have to sign an NDA if accepted for the two-week process, which involved a preliminary briefing, two weeks of reporting based on short periods of gameplay, and a debrief session. Participants will be paid £200 (around $250 US) at the end of the testing period. Applications are now open for the limited positions here.

GameSpot's review of Dreams praised the tools the game provided for its endlessly creative community, saying "Dreams is a refined constructor for building a wide variety of games, and a community-centric showcase where others can play them. It's a stunning achievement that encourages limitless creative expression, a place where people can come together, collaborate, and explore each other's imaginations. It's a tool for the fools who dream, and one of the most innovative releases in years."

Media Molecule released a free demo for Dreams on the PS4 earlier in May, featuring limited access to the game's creation tools and select user-created content.

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