Dreams On PS4 Gets Free Demo And A Great Deal On The Full Game
If you’ve been curious about Media Molecule’s community-driven game creation kit, Dreams, you now have the chance to try it out for free. A trial of Dreams is now available for download on PS4, with any progress you make carrying over if you decide to purchase it.
As expected, the trial for Dreams will be limited. You won’t be able to play every game hosted by its players, but rather a subset selected by Media Molecule that show off some of the game’s capabilities. You’ll also have access to some creation tools, which allow you to get a basic feel for the suite of options open to you and give you a blank slate to experiment with.
Art’s Dream, the single-player adventure within Dreams, will also be limited. Media Molecule says you’ll have access to a slice of the campaign, which shows off some of the creation tools while also letting you play through in-house creations for inspiration.
If you purchase Dreams after playing the trail, any creations and Art’s Dream progress you make will be carried over. Fortunately, you can pick up Dreams at a great discount right now. Normally $40, Dreams is on sale for $30 at Amazon and on PSN. This deal is available from now through May 5.
Back at launch we admired Dreams’ creation suite and breadth of possibilities. In GameSpot’s Dreams review, which gave the game a 9/10, critic Richard Wakeling wrote, “Dreams is a refined constructor for building a wide variety of games, and a community-centric showcase where others can play them. It’s a stunning achievement that encourages limitless creative expression, a place where people can come together, collaborate, and explore each other’s imaginations.”
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