Revealed in 2013, Dreams is currently still in development by Media Molécule. The game, which was originally due out in 2016, is taking longer than expected, since, after several postponements, it is now only in early access. However, the game, which is exclusive to the PS4, has been accessible to all since April 16, 2019, but not for long.

Indeed, Media Molecule has published a post announcing the end of the anticipated access to Dreams on the Playstation Blog. Although most of the time the end of early access is followed by the announcement of a release date, this is not the case here. Media Molecule simply announces that from 9 December at 00:59, the game will no longer be available for purchase. On the other hand, those who have bought it before that date will continue to be able to play the game without a problem, and they won’t have to pay a dime for the launch of the game.

Dreams is the kind of game that is difficult to summarize in just a few words as it is very rich. To put it simply, Dreams allows you, not just to play, but to create varied games. You also have the opportunity to share your creations and play games made by other players. The only limit is your imagination. You can create just about anything you can dream of, hence its name. The best way to get an idea of ​​Dreams, if you hesitate to get it, is to take a look at the countless video games created by the community. You will even find games inspired by famous licenses, like Mario, Crash Bandicoot, or Minecraft.

Creating a game in Dreams

As for the future of Dreams, it still seems uncertain, as Media Molecule has still not announced an official release date. This is not very reassuring for those who remember Project Spark, a game more or less similar developed by Microsoft, which was finally abandoned in 2016. Fortunately, Dreams has today a strong community and a team that works hard to push the limits of Dreams ever further.

If you want to try the adventure, hurry up and get Dreams before December 9th.

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