Players will still be able to play, create, and share Dreams with other users after September 1, but further updates to the game will not be released, and events such as DreamsCom, All Hallows’ Dreams, and the Impy Awards will no longer be held.
Several more updates are planned before live support ends, including Tren, a “significant improvement” to animation, and the final Create mode update.
“We will continue to share and celebrate creations in Dreams with the wider world on our social channels, our streams, Impsider roundups and more,” Media Molecule said in a message. “We will be continuing our in-game curation work to make sure the Dreamiverse feels as alive as it always has been, and to surface amazing creations from you, our community, for everyone to enjoy.
“We know this won’t be an easy message for everyone to hear, and it’s certainly not been an easy decision—Dreams has been a special project for Media Molecule and helping this burgeoning community of game developers, tinkerers, creatives, collaborators and dreamers grow and express themselves remains one of the best things we’ve ever done. Thank you for being part of it with us—we look forward to you joining us on our next adventure.”
Read more about the end of live support here.
Dreams is available now for PlayStation 4.