Media Molecule has revealed that Dreams PSVR support will not be available for the game’s launch in February 2020, but the company is working on getting it implemented at a later date. It was previously thought that PSVR would be part of the package on launch day.
Dreams PSVR Not Coming At Launch
The news comes via a Twitter exchange with Abbie Heppe, Media Molecule’s community manager, which we’ve included below:
Sony announced during its State of Play broadcast yesterday that Dreams will be releasing in full on February 14, 2020.
Dreams is currently still in its Early Access phase, and has been since spring 2019. The game is the first console project from Media Molecule since the release of LittleBigPlanet 2 back in 2011, and the studio has revealed that it will support the game for a while yet, and it’s sounding very likely a PlayStation 5 version will be released.
Here’s the official blurb for more details on Dreams:
Dreams is an extraordinary open-ended experience where you can make anything, from interactive adventures and platformers, to shoot ‘em ups, puzzlers and more. The possibilities are endless. Whatever you create you can then share with a massive online community, where you can also browse other players’ creations, remix them, or use their items, environments and characters in your own games.
Not sure where to start? Explore the action and adventure of Dreams’ story mode, where you play through three engaging tales, in a dazzling showcase of what is possible with the game’s powerful creation tools.
Media Molecule isn’t saying when PSVR support will be rolled out for Dreams, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted.
The studio previously revealed that the Dreams Early Access period is winding down, with players able to download the game until December 7. Having said that, it’s still available to play until the full version is released.