Dreams is in Early Access, which means that Media Molecule is committed to updating the client right through until launch. And speaking with Game Informer, the Guildford-based developer has pledged the first major update for May, promising more tutorials and templates. The studio will also be adding brand new assets, increasing the level cap, and adding social features – such as the ability to block certain creators.
Additionally, the company’s also working on new control options, which will replace the occasionally unwieldy gyroscope cursor currently employed. “For us it’s just a matter of prioritising motion-free control that uses the PS4 and then later down the road we can look into possible mouse and keyboard support,” senior designer John Beech told the magazine. Mouse and keyboard really would be a godsend, wouldn’t it?