Later this year, Media Molecule will stop supporting Dreams, the company has stated. According to this statement released on their website, Media Molecule’s developers state that they “have made the tough choice to terminate live support for Dreams after September 1, 2023, to shift our emphasis to an exciting new project.”
After September, you can still use Dreams to play, create, and collaborate with others, but there won’t be any more game updates or special occasions, All Hallows’ Dreams, or the Impy Awards.
Media Molecule will continue to support the game with minor updates until September 1st when all future updates to the competition will stop. According to Media Molecule, the servers will be migrated by late May, which also acknowledges that specific changes will result from the relocation.
BREAKING: Media Molecule Updates🚀
✅Working on a new project
✅Live support for Dreams will end on September 1st, 2023
✅Creators will still be able to create and share their creations beyond that date, but there won’t be anymore updates to the game or events such as… pic.twitter.com/vQQaOzVVcL
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New players will have a storage limit of 5GB due to the server move while existing accounts are exempt from the boundary. Of course, this includes any images, creations, or modifications players use in Dreams.
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Media Molecule revealed what is coming up next, saying, “Media Molecule will continue to concentrate on creating delightful, playful, and unique experiences for people worldwide. When we’re ready, we’ll discuss the new project we’re working on, but stay tuned for updates for now.
In February 2020, Dreams made its sole PlayStation 4 debut. Despite receiving high marks from critics for its originality, the game never took off. Sometimes, a fantastic invention from Dreams appears online and stuns everyone.
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More people are familiar with Media Molecule thanks to their critically praised Little Big Planet games, which at the time represented a new level of innovation. Sackboy, a cute character from Little Big Planet, is another of PlayStation’s well-known mascots.