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On Valentine's Day to be exact - February 14, 2020. The ambitious Dreams from Media Molecule has been available in Early Access for a little while, offering players the chance to create their own interactive experiences with seemingly limitless options. So much so that the release date trailer highlights a diverse range of player creations.

Impressive stuff.

The full version will feature several improvements and changes born from the Early Access period - including a new introduction, new tutorials, tool improvements, and a feature-length game within a game-creator called Art's Dream. Which Media Molecule describes as:
Art’s Dream was made by us to show the endless possibilities in Dreams; It crosses genres, features some amazing characters, and shows our love of music in a big way.

Pre-orders are open now, with Dreams set to become one of the more interesting PlayStation 4 exclusives to release in 2020.

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