Dreams, the new PS4 game creation, and creativity toolset was met with a ton of enthusiasm from gamers, designers and developers within the video game industry. The new system allows gamers to create a ton of protypes, custom mini-games and a bunch of other fun projects. Media Molecule is “exploring” the possibilities with the project, both for developing new content, and bringing the game to new platforms.
During a recent interview with Eurogamer, the dev team at Media Molecule responded to fans questions over whether there were ports coming. The prospect of a PC port was also raised. Going back to the PS5 port, there was some suggestion at one point in development that a next-gen version was incoming. Based on early reports and this new interview, there was even a test build of the game that could run on the PlayStation 5.
“I mean, obviously, we’re going to look at that, we’re a PlayStation studio. Dreams actually already runs on PlayStation 5—there you go, that’s the scoop. But that’s just us being devs and exploring. I’d be lying to you if I said we weren’t going to explore, but there’s literally zero plans at the moment.”
The PC port, however, is a bit more clear in terms of where it stands with Dreams. The developers are just not working on such a project right now. The company is pretty focused on working with Sony, and the prospect of the continued development of the PS4 version combined with the potential PS5 port has left little room for more on their plate.
Speaking about a PC port for Dreams, As the game’s creative director told VGC, “That’s not something that’s happening right now. But I think a lot of that depends on where the games industry goes in general, I suppose.”
Dreams is out now on the PlayStation 4.