Three new free games have been added to PlayStation Plus this month for users of all tiers, which has been a promising start. PGA Tour 2K23, Death’s Door, and the subject of today’s conversation are among the three PlayStation Plus games. Dreams is a play-share-create game that enables you to create and publish anything you choose.
Dreams, which will be available in 2020 for the PlayStation 4, enables users to produce games, music, artwork, and more; the only restriction is your own creativity. Although there have been many beautiful inventions since Dreams’ first release, a team of game designers has created something genuinely unique called Tren, which is currently accessible as a free upgrade.
Tren is essentially a game in which you steer miniature trains across 95 levels, each with their own obstacles, tricks, and themes. There are things to stay away from, loops to ride through, and there’s even a creative option where you can create your own circuits.
The project’s designer, Media Molecule Creative Director John Beech, discussed it in a PlayStation Blog post and said it was inspired by his “love of playing with those toy trains as a kid.”
The update was promoted in a stunning trailer on the PlayStation YouTube channel, and it appears to have been well-received by players, who have commended it for its originality.
Some people have even praised the game for transporting them back to a comparable period of time, when none of us had many obligations or concerns beyond what we were going to play that day.