Dreams Gets PlayStation VR Support for Immersive Levels

Dreams Gets PlayStation VR Support for Immersive Levels 2

Video game creation tool Dreams is reaching the PlayStation VR platform, allowing users to build their own virtual reality experiences for the public.

In a PlayStation Blog post, Media Molecule stated their next Inside the Box expansion would bring the support to Dreams on July 22, 2020. This would give users brand new guides on how to build a VR game (while inside VR) and walk around their own levels to design.

“When it comes to Create Mode in VR, sculpting is truly unique, allowing you to bring your Dreams to life around you. If you have PlayStation Move Controllers, you’ll find sculpting in VR is a very one-to-one experience and lets you fully immerse in the creation process,” Media Molecule wrote.

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Dreams – Screenshot Provided by Media Molecule/Sony

“Of course, you don’t need to be in VR to create for PS VR, and non-PS VR users will benefit from the update as well. 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,” they added.

Dreams would also let VR users create their experiences with some brand new assets tailored for an immersive experience, as well as objects that can be held. Create Mode would also be getting some added accessibility features with a motion-sickness vignette, static skies and a special “comfort mode”. For inspiration, Dreams would include a few pre-made VR games, including Box Gallery which showcases a shooting range.

The update is set to come later in July 2020 exclusively for PlayStation VR users. A version is likely coming for its PS5 version.

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