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Media Molecule’s miraculous creation tool becomes even more miraculous on June 22, when Dreams adds support for PlayStation VR. Not only will dreamers be able to create virtual reality content, but new tools will also allow them to create and sculpt objects in VR, adding a degree of immersion to playing and creating.

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It feels like once Dreams was released basically nobody was talking about it anymore. (Compare the number of Dreams articles to the 3,000 Animal Crossing articles, for example.) Did this thing possibly end up not selling? Seems like it would be pretty sad if something so unique ended up being a commercial failure.