Dual Universe introduces the full rundown on its detailed blueprint DRM systems


One of the goals of the open creative structure inĀ Dual Universe is to allow designers to sell their designs to other players. But how can you manage that in a game where there is open editing? How do you ensure that the designs being sold actually belong to the designer? Via DRM flags, naturally, which allow creators a fair amount of control over what subsequent people are allowed to edit and should helpfully ensure that your blueprints remain unique and not copied.

DRM flags are set by the creator of a blueprint and can be manually turned off if you’d prefer to let a blueprint roam free for editing, but they are also inherited (so your DRM-free blueprint cannot be slightly altered and then sold). You can get the full details on the official site, which will be useful to anyone planning a lucrative in-game career as a ship designer.

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