The first official DreamsCom (Dreams Community Showcase) was once again an impressive illustration of the close relationship between developer Media Molecule and its creative kit community (our test). The latter has been particularly busy in the past months and weeks and so there were some exciting creations to be presented on the Media Molecule stage. No genre was left out: there were separate sections on horror or puzzles, and even exciting educational games were given time. But at the end of the approximately one-hour live stream, Media Molecule did not miss the chance to present something of its own: the long-awaited VR update for Dreams, dubbed the Inside the Box, has finally an official release date.
VR and more
With Inside the Box, creating your own dreams should be easier than ever. This should be particularly due to the intuitive control of the Playstation Move motion controller, but – logically – also benefit greatly from the advantages of virtual reality. Dreamers get fresh game content from Media Molecule, in addition there are new tutorials, instruction videos and sentences. If you don't have a Playstation VR, you should still benefit from the update. Aside from that, the team also has a handful of new devices for creative mode as well as a whole range of accessibility functions (read our column on accessibility in games here). Games developed by Media Molecule especially for VR can also be found in the update. For example the Shooter Box Blaster, in which "your shooting precision is put to the test". An overview of all updates can be found on the Dreams Roadmap. Who would like to take a closer look at the many creations that are on the Dreams (buy now for € 39.99) Com are represented, which is here properly lifted.
Dreams VR will be released on July 22, 2020 exclusively for Playstation 4.
Source: PlayStation blog
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