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Dreams’ VR update has been released with new tools, demos and more
Players can create their own PSVR content
Media Molecule has released virtual reality support for Dreams.
The addition is now available via a free update which enables users to create and share their own virtual reality games.
As part of the update the developer has added several tools and gadgets for creating VR content, including head/hand trackers, sensors that detect where players are looking, the ability to adjust camera motion and more.
Dreams’ VR update also includes Inside The box, a series of VR experiences designed to inspire community creations. These can also be played without a VR headset.
Finally, the game’s indreams.me browser has been updated with VR support, the ability to comment on creations and more. You can see the full list of updates on the Dreams website.
PS4 game creation platform Dreams released in Early Access form in April 2019 before officially launching in February 2020.
Creative director Mark Healey told VGC earlier this year that VR support and enabling players to make multiplayer online games were the Dreams community’s most requested features.
Media Molecule co-founder Healey also said he’d like to see the best community creations released as standalone games on the PlayStation Store.
Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment recently released a trial version of Dreams. The free demo allows players to experience a selection of community creations and play a slice of the Art’s Dream story mode, among other features.
Sony said in January that PlayStation VR sales have topped five million units since the headset launched in October 2016.