Two years on from its reveal and Media Molecule’s Dreams remains one of the most curious and promising potential PlayStation VR (PSVR) games. When it was initially revealed as a sort of game creation tool at E3 2015, it was hard to get your head around what the company was trying to pull off. Two years on, though, and PSVR is still missing its answer to the likes of Tilt Brush and Oculus Medium, and Dreams could be it.
Good news then: the game is finally set to reappear at this year’s PlayStation Experience (PSX). Media Molecule confirmed as much on its Twitter account earlier this week, which suggests we’ll see the game revealed once again on-stage during the media showcase on December 8th.
— Media Molecule (@mediamolecule) November 7, 2017
From what we’ve seen of Dreams, the game allows you to create entire worlds out of a sort of virtual clay, including characters that you can control. It builds on Media Molecule’s earlier series, LittleBigPlanet, with a focus on user-generated content.
It’s still somewhat unclear if Dreams will actually support PSVR, though. Its developers have teased — and even seemingly confirmed — support on multiple occasions, but we’re yet to see the game actually being played with the headset. Hopefully the question of VR support will be officially answered at PSX.