The free demo will allow players to experience a selection of community creations, play a slice of the Art’s Dream story, and try the Dreamiverse online tool, the developer said.
Dreams, which is designed to inspire creators with an accessible toolset, released in Early Access form in April 2019 before officially launching in mid-February 2020.
The game is the result of roughly a decade of development, and UK-based Media Molecule has made significant post-release plans including a VR mode and a potential initiative to release community creations as standalone games.
In an interview published in February, Dreams’ creative director Mark Healey told VGC he wants the game’s best user-created content to be released as standalone titles on the PlayStation Store.
While publisher Sony is currently working out what it can legally do in terms of allowing users to monetise their creations, Media Molecule co-founder Healey said he views full PlayStation Store releases as “a no-brainer” and thinks there’s already content being produced in Dreams “that’s close to PSN worthy”.