Dreams Gets Spooky In All Hallows’ Dreams Community Collaboration Event
Dreams' spooooooooooky community event lets you explore haunted houses and a pumpkin patch.
Since its launch earlier this year, Dreams has become a hive for amazing community-created content. Media Molecule’s creation suite has seen the likes of Ghost of Tsushima, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout and even Dreams 2 designed within the PS4 title.
Although there’s enough content within Dreams to keep players and creators busy for lifetimes over, the developers are still regularly updating the game with new features and events. The most recent update saw the addition of tonnes of music-related tools, including “hundreds of new orchestral instruments, plus fabulous new synths, new drum kits, pianos, guitars and more.” Now, launching today, is the next event within the game, called All Hallows’ Dreams.
Nightmares are dreams, too 😈
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) October 14, 2020
The event, which is outlined on the PlayStation Blog, runs between October 15 – October 31 and is Halloween focused. The update is split into multiple parts. Described as the “main attraction of #AllHallowsDreams” is a range of spooky haunted houses. Each room within the house has been designed by a different member of the Dreams community. The house comes with an “incredible variety of styles and interpretations of what Halloween means to them.”
The houses will be able to be explored at players’ own paces, with each level of the spooky houses accessible via a creepy elevator. The event will also allow players to dress up in a range of fancy dress costumes to go exploring in.
The second section of the event is a community created pumpkin patch. The patch is exactly what you’d expect. An array of pumpkins, each carved within Dreams by a member of the community.
The final part of the All Hallows’ Dreams event, is a bunch of free new imps. Each of the Imps is styled as a famous Halloween ghoulie, including a ghost, skeleton and a bat. The Imps will be available to keep forever, provided they are claimed within the event period of October 15 – October 31.