Dreams will be playable with PlayStation VR starting July 22

Ruben Fields
July 3, 2020

Players can play and enjoy VR games made by developers were sculpting a vivid immersive environment is given priority above all else. On top of that, players will be able to create brand new, unique dreams that fully make use of what the PSVR has to offer. If you happen to have some PlayStation Move controllers, you'll be able to bring your designs to live in a new way. Chief among the studio's targeted plans was a "VR expansion", or rather, virtual reality support for the game.

Dreams will finally support the virtual reality (VR) headset on 22nd July 2020, as a free update for those that own the videogame. To show off just about everything you can do with PS VR, Dreams is also getting new VR experiences, including Box Blaster, which is a VR shooting game in Dreams. If you want to know more, you can checkhere.

Interestingly you don't need access to PSVR to create content for VR, very cool.

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While VR creations will probably take a few days to start populating the Dreamiverse, there will still be plenty of VR content to experience the moment the update drops.

The expansion will be available on July 22. We're introducing a handful of new gadgets to Create Mode, and a full slate of accessibility features including comfort mode, vignette strength, static sky, and more to make the experience of playing and creating as great as possible. It even allows players to test out other projects.

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