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Dreams, the expansive game creation tool for the PlayStation 4, is getting VR support. Development studio Media Molecule made the announcement on the official PlayStation blog, saying that PlayStation VR compatibility would arrive as part of a free update later this month.

There’ll be new tutorials that teach you how to create VR content, and the update will also bring games and experiences that are ready to play right away.

There’ll be a lot of flexibility in the interface: VR experiences can be crafted both in and out of the PSVR headset, and PlayStation Move controllers are optional. Sculpting with Move controllers “is a very one-to-one experience and lets you fully immerse in the creation process,” according to Media Molecule, which suggests a Tilt Brush-style UI.

It should be easy enough to discover new VR experiences once the update has been available for a while. Creators will be able to specify whether their content is VR-compatible or not and also give it a comfort rating.

The Dreams “Inside The Box” update will be out for free on July 22nd.

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Friday coronavirus update: 5 more MN deaths, 609 new cases

The death toll in Minnesota from COVID-19 reached 1,495 on Friday, with an additional five deaths.

The state data reports another 609 confirmed infections, increasing Minnesota’s total number of cases to 40,767. The actual number of cases is likely much higher as the data only represents those who have been tested for the virus, state officials say.

Friday’s reported deaths comprised of one individual in their 50’s, two in their 60’s and two in their 90’s.

Of the state’s total deaths, 1,166 were long-term care of assisted living center residents, according to Minnesota Department of Health data updated Friday morning.

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  • There were 227 patients with COVID-19 in Minnesota hospitals, up from 251 the day before.
  • Of those patients in hospitals, 124 are in intensive care, up from 116 Thursday.
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