Dreams beta players are using its creation tools to do some impressive stuff.
Though we’ve been waiting for Dreams to come out for years now, thanks to its ongoing beta, many players have had the chance to try out its extensive creation tools. Media Molecule games are, of course, pretty much known for the versatility they offer by way of user generated content, and Dreams seems to be their most ambitious project yet in that regard. How ambitious?
Of the people currently playing the Dreams beta, a few have recently taken to Twitter to showcase clips of stuff that they’ve created using the game’s tools. First off is Twitter user Sergeant Bike, who has made a surprisingly impressive recreation of the iconic PT hallway, complete with the spooky sound effects and radio broadcast in the background. Another user, Cal Gee, showcases a clip of another user (@RhodoTweet) having given similar treatment to survival horror fan-favourite Dead Space. Both of them evoke the looks and styles of the actual games surprisingly well (though of course are not 1:1 accurate).
Considering the fact that both PT and Dead Space are now dead in the water, this is the next best thing we can hope for right now. Take a look at both of them below- they’re quite impressive. They also go to show just how much depth and flexibility the creation tools in Dreams will offer- though I’m pretty sure we were all expecting that to be the case either way.
PT recreated in Dreams pic.twitter.com/VdwlXY21rp
— Sergeant Bike (@sergeantbike) January 20, 2019
— Cal Gee (@thecalgee) January 22, 2019