Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans decided to "take a break" from game development, but asked not to worry about Dreams

Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans decided to “take a break” from game development, but asked not to worry about Dreams


One of the founders of the British studio Media Molecule Alex Evans in your microblog announced a departure from game development to try something completely new.

According to Evans, it is only about “Take a break” from the production of interactive entertainment. It is quite possible that one day the developer will return to the industry.

“Media Molecule is a wonderful place and I can’t imagine making a game anywhere else; but I wondered what else such an old grumbler is capable of in this world? “ Evans explained his decision.

What exactly Evans will do during his break, he has not yet decided: “I’ve been in this bubble of game development for so long that I’m not yet aware of the next steps or even the prospects for me.”

Evans also urged gamers not to worry about the future Dreams gaming toolkit and warned: “What Media Molecule is doing with Dreams right now will blow your mind”

Evans has been with Media Molecule for over 13 years. Prior to founding the British studio in 2006, the developer worked for the benefit of Lionhead Studios, where he managed to take part in the creation of, for example, Black & White.

The release version of Dreams went on sale on February 14, 2020, exclusively for the PlayStation 4. Until September 17, as part of the True Favorites Sale, the digital edition of the game can be purchased at a 25 percent discount.

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