Media Molecule, best known for the LittleBigPlanet series, has always focused on empowering creators. Their mysterious project, Dreams, which has been sparsely seen since an untitled appearance all the way back in 2013’s PS4 announcement event, looks to take this mantra to a whole new level. What is Dreams, exactly? In the words of SEA Social Media Manager Justin Massongill, Dreams is a full-on game engine that anyone with a PS4 and a copy of the game will be able to use.
Dreams features incredible customization possibilities, and everything is very easily accessible with a tap of a button. To ensure this, the campaign that comes within Dreams is built entirely with the same tools available to players. Previous attempts at openly accessible game creators like Dreams have had to compromise many aspects, but so far, there is not much of that visible with Dreams. The extent to which the player can control music, designs, and everything else is incredible.
As for when players can get their hands on Dreams, a beta has been confirmed for later this year. Keep an eye out at events like E3 to see if we hear anything more.
You can head over to PlayStation Blog to see some more details on what Dreams looks like in action. In the meantime, we still do not have a release date for Dreams, but this update at least shows that beloved developer Media Molecule will continue to push boundaries.
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