Dreams Player Shows Off Incredible Jurassic Park T-Rex Recreation In-Game

One talented Dreams player develops an impressively detailed recreation of a T-Rex from the classic blockbuster film Jurassic Park.

Although it’s only been just over a year since the initial release of Dreams, in-game developers have already mastered the intricate creation tools to come up with their own full-blown AAA creations. Levels such as one Dreams creators’ advanced Justice League prototype are so inventive that they even rival their official corporate gaming counterparts. Now, this upcoming fan of Steven Spielberg’s science fiction action film, Jurassic Park, is here to give Hollywood a run for its money, as their remarkable creation looks to be one of the most innovative productions to hit the Dreamiverse.


To catch the uninitiated up to speed, Dreams serves more like a creative suite of easily accessible mechanisms for project development rather than a traditional video game. This means that players interact with the game’s world using a mouse cursor to create new items and characters or manipulate objects by grabbing and pulling them. With all these tools in one package and the ability to share creations online, since its release, players have proven that the sky is the limit for the number of creative projects that Dreams allows players to fulfil.

Now, Twitter user Krenautican has brilliantly handled the options in Dreams’ extensive creation engine to stunningly recreate a Tyrannosaurus from Jurassic Park. This replica of the colossal theropod dinosaur has it all, including its powerful jaw with huge teeth, tiny arms, and beady, blackened eyes. On top of this, Krenautican took this build to the next level by giving the creature a fully animated skeleton that jitters and sneers just like its on-screen Hollywood doppelgänger.

Because of this monumental indie achievement, Krenautican’s tweet went viral and scored over 8,000 likes as many users from the Dreams player base and VFX industries were left nothing short of amazed. In short, the public perception is that Krenautican has hit the ball out of the park when developing this in-game version of the legendary Tyrannosaurus. After all, when the brief clip was shared, users flooded the reply section with comments like how they “thought it was the movie at first” and that this is “incredible work, truly mind-blowing!”

All-in-all, incredible in-game compositions that are fully rendered in Dreams such as this flawlessly show how far the tools can be pushed. Even with the primary method of control restricted to the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller, these limits certainly haven’t perplexed the inventiveness of players toiling around them to make something extraordinary.

Dreams is available now on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Source: Gamerant

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