Dreams public beta sign-up now available

Dreams public beta sign-up now available 1

The Dreams beta is finally available to the public. After many years of waiting, fans can now get their chance at Media Molecule’s Dreams beta. Some players were given access to the creator’s beta last month, but now the public beta is available for sign-ups. Anyone can sign up, whether they’re subscribed to Media Molecule’s newsletter or not … Read more

Media Molecule announces Dreams livestream; Public beta release date “later this year”

Media Molecule announces Dreams livestream; Public beta release date "later this year" 2

Media Molecule, the company behind their upcoming project Dreams, has since faded behind the veils of “we’re working on something but we can’t tell you anything about it until we’re ready.” Besides the recent release of their Dreams recreation of a level in Little Big Planet, there hasn’t been much news about them. In fact, I already forgot about them until their “demo” came out to show off what their latest project is capable of.

They’ve announced that their Dreams game would get a public beta, but we haven’t heard anything in regards to when. It was originally dated back for 2016 and now it’s nearly 2019, and still no beta.

But in a post on their page (a very recent one), Media Molecule basically reaffirmed that the Dreams beta is still scheduled to roll out before 2018 is over. There will be a new upcoming stream for Dreams that’ll take place on November 28, with one of Media Molecule’s members creating a world that players can access during the beta that will occur later this year.

Media Molecule says that they won’t tell when the beta will launch during the stream, so if you’re one of the fans that have been waiting for the past 3 years, don’t hold your breath. You’ll be able to see the game in action during the stream (probably), but you won’t be able to play it until later when the beta rolls out. With only about a month left in 2018, you’ll get your hands on it soon enough on your PS4.

Dreams is scheduled to release (the full game) sometime in 2019 exclusively on the PS4. Stay tuned for updates regarding the beta test date.

Little Big Planet level recreated perfectly in Dreams by Media Molecule

Little Big Planet level recreated perfectly in Dreams by Media Molecule 3

Media Molecule has been working on Dreams for a long time now. The game has released some artwork and screenshots here and there and definitely looks impressive so far. There’s been discussion across the internet speculating the plot, gameplay, and comparison of Dreams to Little Big Planet.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Little Big Planet, one of the best-selling games on the PS3, Media Molecule released a perfect recreation of a level in Little Big Planet in their newest project, Dreams. The video shows off how closely the game resembles that of the original title. The colors, physics, and gameplay are pretty much identical to the original game. The tweet has garnered over 3.2K likes and 118K views at the time of this writing, which shows there’s still a loyal fanbase following the development of #DreamsPS4.

You can check it out for yourself here:

Dreams were unveiled during Sony’s E3 press conference back in 2015. Since then, the project has only had spurts of news here and there, but many followers are still devoted to following the game until its release, which is scheduled for an exclusive PS4 debut sometime in 2019.

The game was first mentioned back in Gamescom in 2012, believe it or not, where the studio said they were only working on two games at once. One was Dreams, the other was Tearaway for the PS Vita.

The game has been in development for quite a while now and isn’t what players might expect from a first-party studio.

Public beta demos have been announced many times already only to be pushed back or lost in the void. Either the demo was never released or Media Molecule simply never followed-up.

Now that we’ve heard directly from Media Molecule, perhaps we’ll get some more concrete news on their latest project. Stay tuned for updates.