Media Molecule’s Dreams will be released on February 14, 2020.
The release date for Dreams was revealed during Sony’s State of Play episode this morning.
News of the release date should come as no surprise considering it was leaked by a UK retailer back in November.
The original story follows.
It appears the release date for Media Molecule’s Dreams has leaked.
A tweet from UK retailer Shopto seems to have leaked the Dreams release date.
As we’ve seen in the past, sometimes dates listed by retailers are nothing but placeholders. However, in this case, the tweet was removed so quickly, it’s possible the date was more than just an estimate. Still, don’t take it as gospel until Sony officially announces it.
If you aren’t familiar with Dreams, it allows players to build all sorts of things and put then together as movies and games.
Those who played in the beta and through paid early access have created all sorts of nifty things. Some of these include the opening section of Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and a Star Wars X-Wing demo.
While all of those creations are great, players won’t be able to share creations made from intellectual properties. That said, whatever you create doesn’t have to be shared publicly, so you can always pass them around privately to friends or smaller groups of people.
Announced in 2015, long-awaited next game from Media Molecule was originally slated to release in 2018.