The developers behind upcoming creation and exploration RPG MyDream have revealed that they would ‘love’ to bring their title to the PlayStation 4 and Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) headset. The team confirmed as much to VRFocus following the successful funding on the title’s Kickstarter campaign. While they’re yet to try out the headset for themselves, they encouraged Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) to get in contact with them above the project. On PC the title includes support for the Oculus Rift VR headset.
“Yes, of course!” the developer replied when asked if they could see themselves developing for the PS4, “The line for Project Morpheus was too long to see the demo at GDC but we would love Sony to send us a dev kit. Our address is on our website, mydream.com.”
MyDream is a title that mixes the creation elements of titles like Minecraft with more traditional videogame structures such as a leveling system. The title heavily encourages exploration, allowing users to dig through environments and build huge structures and is complete with a multiplayer component in which up to 20 players can edit and create together, while hundreds of users can explore other creations together.
MyDream had been looking to secure $100,000 USD to fund the title. At the time of writing the total sits at $115,658, with the campaign due to end on 12th April 2014. The developer now hopes to reach a $150,000 stretch goal to add in a survival mode. VRFocus will continue to follow MyDream‘s progress and report back with all the latest.