Dreams Paris Games Week 2015 gameplay walkthrough

Beta planned for 2016.

Dreams

Sony Computer Entertainment and Media Molecule debuted the first gameplay of Dreams, its E3-announced PlayStation 4 game, at Paris Games Week.

A beta is planned for 2016.

Get the footage and details below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

What: Dreams is a space where you can go to explore and play the dreams of others and create and share your own.

Dreams is a game designed to unleash players’ creativity, turning the PS4 into the Creative console. It’s both a playful sandbox game and an endless explorative journey where players can create and share their dreams, and then surf an endless dreamiverse of single assets, games, animation, music and everything in between. The thing that unites everything is the feeling of being in a dream.

Visionary Team: Media Molecule are an award winning studio whose latest project, Dreams, showcases their visionary innovations of the creative gaming space.

It’s no secret that Media Molecule are a studio that loves exploring hardware! When we first started concepting Dreams we were fascinated not only by the idea of sketching our own dreams but by also bringing these creations to life.

Community: A collaborative community focus.

In Dreams you can create collaboratively with others, on your sofa, live online, or you can build on their creations. You can immediately call up the work of other players, and collage it, remix it, modify it, and make it your own. Creation, joint or solo, is as fast as sketching. We call it Performance; it’s fast, intuitive, and rewarding. It’s as simple as moving your controller to create your mark on the world. One button, create your mark.

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