It’s been a while since the last major update to Dreams, but Media Molecule is of course still plugging away at its make-’em-up PlayStation 4 title. The latest patch brings the game to version 2.18, and it’s all about music.
The major additions in this update consist of a huge range of new instruments to toy with when you’re making tunes, and all existing instruments have had a balance pass to ensure they’re of a consistent volume. There are also new music clips for you to drop into your creations, as well as new full compositions if you don’t have a musical ear. Effect Fields have also been overhauled, with new options that audiophiles will surely appreciate.
As well as all the new musical additions, the game has had some other enhancements in different areas. Here are the patch notes for the rest:
The patch is just 783MB, so it won’t take you long to get it downloaded. It’s available now, so the musically inclined among you will have lots to experiment with next time you start up Dreams. Are you excited for these new features and additions? Sing along in the comments section below.
Having grown up alongside PlayStation, Stephen has developed a wide knowledge of video games, from AAA blockbusters to the smallest indie gems. He also has the Platinum for The Witness, so there’s that.
Nice to see some Aim controller support. Hopefully it gets put to use in some decent creations.
Again, why is Sony not packing Dreams in with every PS5 sold?Seems they just left Dreams to die on the vine.Just look at the plummeting number of concurrent users.Such a shame. Genuinely concerned for Media Molecule.
@Svark Why are you concerned? The people still using it are free talent with free game ideas. Just recently some of the best games I have played this year are on the dreamiverse (but take some finding).
Less idiots = better experience. I just hope they don’t switch the servers off in the long run.
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