Dreams Community Jam - The Current Community Jam Project in Dreams

Dreams Community Jam - The Current Community Jam Project in Dreams

This is our guide to the current Community Jam project in Dreams, as set by Media Molecule.

The Community Jam section of Dreams is where Media Molecule will set one specific theme or idea for the whole community to create around. In our Dreams Community Jam guide, we'll be providing you with all the current theme of the latest jam, so you know which projects and themes are going to appear, and when the next theme from Media Molecule will appear.

Dreams Community Jam Theme

From your unique hub area in Dreams, press the Options button on your DualShock 4 or Move controller. The top option from this main menu is the Community Jam section, and it's in this section that you can see the current theme. The current Dreams Community Jam theme is Spring, and the seasonal elements.

The current Dreams Community Jam. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Media Molecule/Sony

Note that in order to get started with submitting your levels for consideration for any Community Jam event in Dreams, you'll first need to clear the 'Start Dreaming 1' tutorial. To access this, head into the Dream Shaping option from the main Dreams menu, and you'll be prompted to undertake a single tutorial surrounding item manipulation in the game. After this, you're all set to start creating and submitting your levels for the Community Jam.

You'll need to undertake the building tutorial. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Media Molecule/Sony

When Does the Current Dreams Community Jam End?

As of right now, the Dreams Community Jam is scheduled to end on Tuesday, April 30. We don't yet know at what time during the day on April 30 that the Spring Community Jam will end, but you've got until that day to make something centered around the season, and submit it for consideration.

Dreams Community Jam Hall of Fame

When you go into the Community Jam menu option from the main menu of Dreams, you'll have the option to survey the current Hall of Fame. These are the top three entries from the previous theme that Media Molecule stipulated for the last Community Jam.

As of right now, the last Community Jam theme was Chinese New Year. The top three places from the themed event are listed below.

  • 1: LadyLexUK
  • 2: gauffreman
  • 3: dirtyharry_44
The current Hall of Fame. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Media Molecule/Sony

As of right now, this is all the information you need to know about the current Community Jam project in Dreams. For more on Media Molecule's game, you can head over to our Dreams beginner's guide, where we walk you through the opening of the game.

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