Dreams’ Creative Director: It would be great to see Dreams on PC, but it’s not in development right now

Back in January 2019, Eurogamer’s Tom Phillips hinted at Dreams coming to the PC. And while it is possible, the creative director of Dreams, Mark Healey, confirmed that the game is not currently under development for the PC.

Healey stated that it would be great to see Dreams on the PC. As the game’s creative director told VGC:

“I think that would be cool. I mean obviously Sony have an opinion about that but yeah, I think, I don’t know where it’s going to go in the future, I mean it would be great to see that.”

However, the team is not currently working on such a project.

“That’s not something that’s happening right now. But I think a lot of that depends on where the games industry goes in general, I suppose.”

What’s also interesting here is that Healey hinted at Sony’s new strategy regarding its first-party titles. So yeah, we can expect more Sony games to be releasing on the PC in the future.

“I mean I think Sony have become more open recently to publishing stuff on the PC in general anyway, haven’t they? Isn’t there some stuff that’s happening, I’m not sure?”

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