PC and PS5 ports of PlayStation’s Dreams reportedly canceled

by Danny Craig  · 
PC and PS5 ports of PlayStation’s Dreams reportedly canceled
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It has been claimed that unannounced PC and PS5 ports of Media Molecule's game creator, Dreams, have been canceled, despite being nearly finished.

The details:

  • As reported by Wccftech, Lance McDonald, an insider and data miner, revealed the news during a recent livestream. According to McDonald, both the PC and PS5 versions of the PS4 game were canceled at the last minute following layoffs at the developer last year.

  • It is stated that the game's enhanced ports included ray-tracing support as well as full mouse and keyboard controls. It's also likely that the PC version would have supported user-created mods, allowing fans to build on the game's already robust toolkit to create new experiences.

  • Back in 2020, studio founder Alex Evans confirmed to Eurogamer that a PS5 version of the game existed months before the console's launch, but that it was still "exploring" and that there were "literally zero plans" for a new release. Media Molecule is currently working on new projects unrelated to Dreams.

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