Indie Developer Jon Olick Backtracks on Incendiary Tweets About Sony’s IP Ownership Policies for the PS4

on August 15, 2013 2:54 PM

Recently developer Jon Olick (who worked on Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, Rage, and the upcoming Firefall) kicked up a fuss on Twitter about alleged policies Sony had in their NDA contract regarding any games developed on PS4. According to Olick’s accusatory statements Sony would have gained ownership on the titles and all the related materials.

He has since deleted all of those tweets. You can go here to read all of them, while below you can see the one that started the whole hoopla:

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Today he has updated his Twitter account with a series of tweets that rectifies what he had claimed previously:

It seems that this issue was just a big misunderstanding after all. Hopefully the involved parties can now move on from this with no problems.

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