Reddit users Sanderobros and SDorin teamed up to make Frontier, an open-world racing game where you drive around and explore a huge world or play the different Time Trial events while picking up various collectables.
Judging by the scope and size of the project, you might be wondering why the two have used Dreams and not a more complex game design engine. The answer is quite simple: Dreams offers all the right tools to create a full-fledged game without the user having to know a lot about design or even sound, when creating the game.
Dreams is a basic design program made for people who don’t know too much about game development, yet they wish to dabble into the process of creating a video game. Although Frontier is just one of the many projects made in Dreams, it’s probably one of the most impressive.
If you’d like to play Frontier on your PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, you’ll have to own Dreams, but that’s the only requirement. Of course, owning Dreams will give you access to all the user-generated content created by people using the game creation system’s tools, not just to the open-world racing game.
You’ll also be able to make your own creations and receive feedback from the people who play them. Dreams is an interesting ecosystem with a lovely fanbase, so we’d strongly recommend getting it if you’re into creating media content.