Let us Take a Deeper Look at the Story Mode of Media Molecule’s Dreams
PlayStation 4™ – EU & Japan
The team of Game Informer sat down with the game’s creative director, Mark Healey, to see through a couple of the sci-fi themed levels of the game’s story mode. What’s even more exciting is that the team even went behind the scenes to share with everyone how the game was developed, entirely from the Dreams toolset.
Dreams is still under development for the PlayStation 4. However, a beta is planned to release sometime in 2018. Anything created in the beta will carry over to the full game when its already released.
Enjoy watching the 16-minute gameplay below!
Hop into your seats, turn that PS4 consoles on, and be ready to escape into the imagination of your mind. Take the journey to launch into a fantastic, magical, seamless and open-ended space of creativity and endless possibilities in Dreams Universe.
The game appears to build on its developer ideology of the “play, create, share” of its previous work, LittleBigPlanet series, that lets you build your own levels. However, Dreams Universe’s objective is much bigger. Instead of linking altogether the crafty levels you made, it allows you to freely create anything you can imagine using the in-game tools. Remember, here in dreams, if you can imagine it, you can create it. Are you already picturing it all out how fun is it going to be by just reading that line?
Yes, you can build anything you want. May it be a city full of bright colors, a dehydrated desert, a skeleton T-Rex brought to life or a universe with cat faces planets. You can build impossible bizarre creations like a small 3D painting of a vase filled with blooming flowers or as huge as an entire adventure game with its own set of cast, soundtrack, and dialogue. The best part is that the game also enables you to upload everything you created for other people to play, or to utilize it in their own Dreams productions.
The game will have three twisted stories but will focus on a man named Art, together with the people in his dreams known as Francis and Foxy. These two are the playable characters in this game each possessing different qualities. You can play in their dreams and explore as much as you can.
Let’s see who’s excited for their imagination to run wild here in this upcoming game!
Also Jump Force in February wtf
And the Dreams beta for Media Molecule is this year
— ViolinGamer (@ViolinGamer) October 7, 2018
After two days of watching Media Molecule use Dreams, I think it's the most powerful creative tool I've seen in my life… Watch us share our exclusive impressions in this video clip from The GI Show. https://t.co/bvCdiqBvQo
— Ben Hanson (@yozetty) October 6, 2018
There are several ideas, which I categorise into revamps.
There is one that is an online platformer where you compete for first place.
I’m waiting on an upcoming game called Dreams by Media Molecule, but if it doesn’t work out, I’ll learn code.
But thank you for responding!
— Human Catastrophe (@BloodyVal3ntine) October 3, 2018
I don't think the game is actually "about" anything.
It seems like the focus of Dreams is to unhitch the design from a single genre, giving both players and Media Molecule more freedom to create.
— *Insert Halloween themed name* (@ShepCommandr) October 3, 2018
I’m beginning to get quite excited for Media Molecule’s Dreams. Probably my favorite rapid fire GI interview yet. https://t.co/m1TJo3WzQE
— Justin Mikos (@JustinMikos) October 4, 2018
Besides that I agree. Are you looking forward to DREAMS by Media Molecule? Basically the Little Big Planet 3 we (mostly I) actually wanted. A full 3d tool for making whatever basically.
— Liquid Tox (@LiquidxToxic) October 4, 2018
Media molecule going all in on Dreams
— 🎃All Knower of Final Fantasy🎃 (@ragnarock4455) October 5, 2018
I'm liking everything I see of Media Molecule's Dreams, but will it ever come out? Feels like I've been waiting years despite it being shown off every 5 mins.
— Chris Holmes (@homez99) October 5, 2018
My wife and I loved that series but alas, media molecule is on that dreams game.
— Justin Jackson (@zalmute) October 5, 2018
Is that new Media Molecule game Dreams still a thing? It looks amazing but I've heard nothing about it in ages. I just wanna make a 3D platformer, man.
— valegoreXD (@valeforXD) October 5, 2018
I’m curious to see what they have to report. I hope Dreams is successful enough, I admire Media Molecule’s creativity
— Jordan (@LovelessWonder) October 2, 2018
se me hace la boca agua cada vez que leo cosas sobre dreams, lo de media molecule estan locos no lo siguiente
— shr 🎃 Spooky Mlem 🎃 trash (@ZeldWM) October 3, 2018
As of the moment, there’s still no official release date for the game. But the Japanese version of the game is already here on our website, however, it is still not open for pre-orders. So, stay tuned!
Also, the Europe version of the game is now open for pre-order! So, if you want to reserve your copies now, you can place your orders here at Playasia.
- What is Dreams? Discover how you can turn anything in your imagination into reality with this run through of the basics in Dreams
- Art’s dream – Explore Dreams’ story mode Jump into the very different worlds of Art, D-Bug, Frances, Foxy, and Lancewing, as Dreams’ story mode unfolds before you
- Dream Shaping creating an environment – Find out how quick and easy it is to design a beautiful and explorable landscape
- Dream Shaping creating a level – Bring your brilliant video game ideas to life in no time at all, with Dreams’ speedy and intuitive design tools
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