Dreams Early Access Set to Release on April 16, New Trailer Debuts


Sony and Media Molecule announced today that the long-awaited arrival of the creative, world-building title Dreams have finally received an official release date for its early access build.

The developers announced earlier this year that Dreams would be coming to early access, but we did not know when exactly players could get their hands on it. Well, now we know, as Dreams heads into early access on April 16.

Check out the new trailer for Dreams early access down below:

In addition to the official announcement, Media Molecule also went into some FAQ questions that will help fans that are waiting for the highly anticipated title. Check it out down below:

What is included in Early Access?
Early Access is exactly that. Early entry into Dreams, designed for creators to get hands on with the tools. It won’t feature everything that the full release will have (our story mode being a big piece of that) but you’ll get our full tool set for creating, our interactive tutorials and arcade games, templates and additional content created by Media Molecule and access to what you, the CoMmunity, made during our Dreams Creator Beta. You’ll also be getting the first hands-on with new features and content as we add them.

When is Dreams Early Access launching?
Dreams Early Access will be launching April 16!

How much will Dreams Early Access cost?
Dreams Early Access will cost $29.99 MSRP (+applicable tax) in the US and $39.99 MSRP (+applicable tax) in Canada.

Which territories will Dreams Early Access be available for?
Initially, Dreams Early Access will be available in the US, Canada and all European territories.

What languages will be supported by Dreams Early Access?
At launch, Dreams Early Access will be in English and French in North America.

How do I participate in Dreams Early Access?
That’s an easy one! You’ll be able to purchase Dreams Early Access from PlayStation Store on April 16, 2019.

The long-awaited Dreams is set to release for the PS4 on April 16. Are you excited to finally get your hands on the game? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: PS Blog