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PS4 exclusive Dreams has officially gone gold

Media Molecule’s Dreams has officially gone gold.

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You make my Dreams come soon.

Media Molecule’s Dreams has officially gone gold. On Monday, the developer announced that the game is ready to ship, just in time for its Valentine’s Day release.

“We’ve got some exciting news to share, CoMmunity… #DreamsPS4 has gone GOLD!” read a tweet from the Little Big Planet developer’s official account.

https://twitter.com/mediamolecule/status/1214230380447973379

“We’re all set for February 14th, 2020! Thank you for all the love and support you’ve shown Dreams and Media Molecule! We’re so excited to continue this adventure with you!”

“Going gold” is game industry speak that essentially means that a game is ready to be put on disc and shipped. What exactly that means is a little murkier in Dreams case as the game has been available in early access since spring of last year. That version already includes a robust suite of tools, but is missing the game’s campaign.

The full version of the game will include that single-player studio-authored content, and likely expand the suite of tools further. The community has already created a lot of impressive stuff as evidenced by this trailer Media Molecule showed off at last month’s State of Play.

Congratulations, Media Molecule. We’re all very much looking forward to Dreams.

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