The Dreams creator beta has been going down a storm, according to the game’s developer Media Molecule. So much so, that a new Dreams creator beta end date has been created. So when does it end, and what other information have Media Molecule revealed about it? Find out with our Dreams creator beta end date guide.
When is the Dreams creator beta end date?
Let’s back up a little first. The Dreams creator beta sign-up originally launched on January 4, but Media Molecule were taken aback by the sheer number of people who wanted to test the game out before release. So what’s the logical step? To give those people a chance to play it, who haven’t yet done so, and extend the beta.
As such, in a news post from Media Molecule, the new Dreams creator beta end date has been set for Monday, February 4. This means that beta testers have an extra two weeks to play the beta, what with the original end date having been pencilled in for January 21.
How do I play it before the Dreams creator beta end date?
Everyone who signed up for the beta will definitely get a chance to play it before it ends. Media Molecule were only able to sent out invites to a select number of people initially, so if you haven’t played it yet you will get the chance to.
If you’ve already signed up for the beta, your beta code will come in one of three date periods outlined in the news post above. The first wave of codes has already been handed out to US and EU gamers on Thursday, January 17, so check your inboxes in case you’ve missed your code.
If you haven’t received one yet, don’t fret. The remaining EU sign-ups will get a code on Monday, January 21. Meanwhile, the last US sign-ups will get their code on Wednesday, January 23.
To ensure you get your code, you will need to be at least 18-years-old, have a PSN ID registered to the US or EU, and have entered the correct details during the sign-up process.