It’s been on the cards for awhile and now Media Molecule has confirmed that its super creative PlayStation 4 title Dreams will be coming to PlayStation VR later this month.
Dreams will finally support the virtual reality (VR) headset on 22nd July 2020, as a free update for those that own the videogame. The update will see the addition of new tutorials and how-to guides, as well as kits to help get creators started designing their own content in VR. Plus, there will be new content to play from Media Molecule.
Players will be able to use PlayStation Move controllers to bring their ideas to life, “you’ll find sculpting in VR is a very one-to-one experience and lets you fully immerse in the creation process,” says the studio on PlayStation Blog. Creators will be able to then specify if their projects are VR compatible and Dreams will ask players for a comfort rating.
The update isn’t purely focused on PlayStation VR owners, non-VR owners can still create immersive content. “We’re introducing a handful of new gadgets to Create Mode, and a full slate of accessibility features including comfort mode, vignette strength, static sky, and more to make the experience of playing and creating as great as possible,” the studio adds.
In development for quite a few years, Dreams became one of the most coveted titles for PlayStation 4; eventually launching back in February. It allows you to play a story campaign by Media Molecule, or delve into the vast array of games created by the community. At its core though is the Create Mode, providing a wealth of options to realise your own digital world.
Media Molecule will launch PlayStation VR support for Dreams in four weeks, for any further updates in that time, keep reading VRFocus.