The game creation tool from Media Molecule is inching closer to release—Dreams in Early Access period will be on sale starting April 16.
Get your creation on with this limited early access release of Media Molecule's Dreams.
A developer from Media Molecule shows off a fine example of what can be created in Dreams by designing a Pool game within the beta.
Dreams users have recreated Spongebob SquarePants' most iconic settings in new fan-made trailer for the PS4 game, created in the private Beta.
Despite the fact that the beta has only gone on for a short period of time, talented creators have somehow started making a detailed FPS within Dreams.
Though 2019 has only just started, not everything can make the cut and release this year. So, these are my predictions for what I think is coming later.
GDC 2019's Inaugural Main Stage Presentation will feature Sean Murray and Siobhan Reddy to discuss the development of Dreams and No Man's Sky, respectively.
PlayStation Europe has released a brand new video titled Coming Attractions to celebrate all of the upcoming games coming soon to PlayStation 4.
After being announced all the way back during Sony's original PlayStation 4 announcement event, Dreams will finally be getting a beta tomorrow.
After continuing to state that the beta for Dreams will still release in 2018, Media Molecule seems ready to talk more about its release in a livestream tomorrow.
According to Media Molecule, the beta for PS4 exclusive Dreams is still set to arrive sometime in the remaining 20 days of 2018.
The long-awaited beta for Dreams is still scheduled to launch before the end of 2018, according to Media Molecule.
Sony have decided to skip E3 2019, as you may have heard. I wrote about what they might have planned and what this means for the next-gen.
To celebrate Little Big Planet's 10th anniversary, Media Molecule has recreated one of the game's levels in their next upcoming title, Dreams.
Developer Media Molecule took to Twitter during PAX West to have users request different quick builds in their upcoming title Dreams.
Sony released four videos in which the developers behind Ghost of Tsushima, Dreams, Days Gone, and Concrete Genie talk about their games.
Media Molecule presents some rather abstract key artwork for its creativity-based game Dreams, that will have a beta this year.
PS4 title Dreams gets a chance to shine with some of its gameplay and creations showcased during and after Sony's E3 Conference.
In the latest PS Underground video, Creative Director Mark Healey shows off the world building system in Media Molecule's upcoming PS4 Exclusive Dreams