Release date: Feb 2020
At Media Molecule, we believe that making video games should be for everyone, and have the same accessibility and pleasure as playing with a camera, a guitar, or a pencil – something you can start to learn just by picking it up. Dreams allows players to create anything from games to gadgets, music to movies, puzzles to paintings and everything in-between and beyond - all from their own sofa, with just a PS4. And Dreams isn't just a space to get creative - it's a platform where you can share and collaborate with others or just play and explore the creations of people around the world.
Dreams Early Access ran from April 2019 until December 2019, and helped us shape the features and content in the full game, thanks to the feedback from our creative community.
Dreams has received over 5 awards, including:
- Game Critic Awards: Best Original Game (),
- Digital Trends: Best New Feature Mechanic (),
- Gamescom 2019: Best of Gamescom, Best PS4 Game, Most Original Game (),
- Game Two: Erster Award, Artsy-Fartsy Award (Innovation and Originality) (),
- Games for Change: Most Innovative, Game of the Year ()
You never know quite what you’re going to get, and that’s the unique joy of Dream Surfing.– IGN
Media Molecule’s philosophy of “Play, Create, Share” that began with LittleBigPlanet in 2008 has now been perfectly realized to the fullest extent.– Attack of the Fanboy
Dreams is a revolutionary video game, allowing you to create whatever you want and have fun doing it.– IGN
It's Media Molecule at its absolute best, and the studio has delivered on its promise of giving players the ability to make whatever they want. It's absolutely one of the console's best games.– Pushsquare
indreams.me - The community and social portal for all the creations in Dreams that have been shared on to the web.
Documentation site - User Guide & Documentation site.
Feedback forums - Help and support forums.
Copyright infringement reporting - If there's a piece of content that's been created in Dreams which is believed to be infringing a copyright holder's work, then this is the link you're after.
You can also browse Media Molecule Blog articles for Dreams.