Dreams For PS4 Has Been Rated by Australian Rating Board
Dreams is an upcoming project by Media Molecule that allows its users to build games or creative content. It has been rated in Australia.
Dreams was first announced by Sony in 2015 and it still doesn’t have a release date. The early access for Dreams launched back in 2018 and it is still getting post-launch updates, but there is currently no release date in sight for the game. There have been some rumors that Dreams might launch in early 2020 but nothing has been officially confirmed.
Dreams was rated by the Australian Rating Board on November 20, which could point towards the game getting a release date announcement soon. The game has been given PG rating given its user-generated content nature with “mild themes, violence and coarse language, online interactivity.”
The rating is important because if we go by other games with ratings from the Australian Rating Board, they had their release date announcement shortly afterward. This has happened recently with No Man’s Sky Beyond and Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC. It is possible that Sony is aiming for an announcement of the release date of Dreams for PS4 now that the rating was submitted and approved in Australia.
Media Molecule has previously worked on PlayStation exclusives including Tearaway and Little Big Planet series. They achieved massive success with Little Big Planet and its Sackboy basically ended up becoming an unofficial mascot for Sony.