Dreams Free Demo Available on PlayStation 4 Right Now

Dreams Free Demo

Media Molecule has announced to bring Dreams free demo on the PS4 right now. The demo can be downloaded from the Sony PlayStation Store to try out the game. The demo will include some of the favorite creations in Dreams.

Get to try out a rotating playlist of some of the favorite creations in Dreams, which include The Omithologist’s Private Collection, Ruckus, Cubric, Player Piano Player, Art Therapy, and Great Job Human!

The demo also includes the first 20 minutes of the Media Molecule musical narrative adventure Art’s Dream, and all the info you will need about the create mode of the game. If you decide to purchase the full game, you will be able to pick up Art’s Dream where you left off. You will also be getting access to all the features that Dreams will offer: creative tutorials and classes to teach you digital creation; community jams to get into the creative spirit and thousands of games from community members across the world.

Lastly, Media Molecule also introduced the all-new ‘Dreaming With…’ video series that will be arriving on May 15. The series will contain creators from studios such as Pixelopus, Naughty Dog, Insomniac, and even Media Molecule themselves will be addressing the unique joys and challenges of making games. You can check out the teaser trailer below:

In the meantime, check out the collection some of the best creations by players in the Early Access as well as the earlier beta sessions which were held by the developer for the game. You can read our article by clicking the link here.

Dreams free demo on the PS4 is a perfect opportunity to try out the game that lets you create your own world and game. Dreams is truly an experience if you can let your imaginations run wild, or get to see what others have done with their artistic skills.

Are you going to try the Dreams free demo? Post your comments below.

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