Halo on PlayStation? Well, kind of.
What you need to know
- Halo Infinite is an upcoming game being developed by 343 Industries.
- Dreams is an extensive game creation tool developed by Media Molecule.
- Someone has taken it upon themselves to build the Halo Infinite demo in Dreams.
During the recent Xbox Games Showcase, viewers got to see a gameplay demo from Halo Infinite. While Halo Infinite will clearly only be on Xbox platforms, including the upcoming Xbox Series X, one Reddit user DISARMEDPOST has taken it upon themselves to build a version of Halo Infinite on PlayStation.
Using Dreams, this user has begun to build a playable version of the Halo Infinite gameplay demo. You can take a look at a video of the Dream below:
been working on designing HALO on the PlayStation after that xbox conference – #MadeInDreams 💚💙 from r/PS4
Dreams is a game creation tool, essentially a game version of a development engine, that is developed and supported by Sony-owned Media Molecule. It’s available on PS4, though PSVR support was recently added and the game will be supported on PS5. For more information, you can check out our review of Dreams right here.
Create new worlds
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Vast new planes of existence
Dreams is, essentially, a game engine turned into a game. It lets users create new worlds and games while sharing them with other Dreams players. It’s been in development for several years but it’s finally here. Go wild!
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