This Impressive-Looking Wipeout Inspired Game Was Built In Dreams

Creators continue to make amazing things in the PS4 game creation tool, Dreams. The latest creation to catch my eye is an incredible futuristic racer inspired by the popular Wipeout games.


Project Genesis, a channel dedicated to Dreams creations and showcasing the best things people are making, has some gameplay of the game. Slideout 3019, the name of the user made game, doesn’t just include impressive on-track action, but even has menus, maps, and fantastic music. All of it looks and feels ripped right out of a proper Wipeout game.

If you remove the Dreams logo from the bottom corner of the footage, I might honestly believe that this is just a teaser from an unreleased Wipeout sequel or remake.

This impressive creation is far from the first cool thing people have made in Dreams. Someone is working on making Metal Gear Solid in Dreams and another player recreated Dexter’s Laboratory too.

Dreams is currently available in Early Access on PS4. If you have the game you can play this Wipeout-inspired level by searching for Slideout 3019. The level was created by Dreams user gauffreman.



That’s pretty dang impressive, and the style is really on point.

Just a reminder/PSA for those who don’t know, Wipeout HD on the PS4 is fully playable on PSVR. Not some rinky-dink bonus mode, the ENTIRE Ps4 game (remastered from the PS3 game, which was a remix/remaster of 3 previous Wipeout games) is playable in VR. Its one of the few current VR games that lives up to my youthful dreams of what VR can be. It has loads of comfort settings to ease you in, and if you can get your VR legs and cut them all off and play in first person mode, your cockpit will be bobbing up and down, doing 360 spins in the air, and dropping your guts like a roller coaster on the big drops and loops. I always sucked at Wipeout, and cockpit view seemed ridiculous in a game that fast. I am actually way better at the game in VR in cockpit mode, because I can move my head around and look beyond what my ship is pointed at, seeing the turns and drops that are ahead of me. And when you aren’t playing in VR, its in 4k and looks amazing for a remastered last-gen game (that itself remastered tracks from less powerful systems).